U.S. medic, Sgt. Ernesto Haibi, described the Iraq War as containing love and hate, peace and violence alike. In a radio essay, This I Believe, he said, "For all the death and destruction reported in the news, there are thousands of stories of kindness and caring that no one ever knows…I believe that by striving for a world that accepts its oneness, we can transform wars, intolerance, religious persecution and political extremism into memory and maybe even folklore." Click on Listen at NPR to hear this short but insightful essay. (RealMedia) He blogs at Candle in the Dark.