At any time, you can notice the interplay of light and shadow in your world. When an artist wishes to portray greater light, she will contrast it with greater darkness. Take moments during your day to simply become more aware of your environment. Notice that contrast is a constant. Perhaps you will observe that you prefer one side of a contrast to the other. You might even consider what it would be like if you were to decide that one side is "good," and the other "evil." Such a practice as you go about your daily life can support a more inclusive consciousness, responding to the contrast you experience in your life. That greater consciousness can minimize the negative impacts of polarization.

Ted Falcon in Finding Peace through Spiritual Practice: The Interfaith Amigos' Guide to Personal, Social and Environmental Healing by Don Mackenzie, Ted Falcon, Jamal Rahman