Paradox is holding two opposites as true at the same time. We live in paradoxical times that have polarized relationships and our nation. We tend to paint other people with harsh, broad brush strokes of black or white. This looks like irreconcilable differences that threaten our ability to see one another as people, valuing our humanity and even life itself. We need peace with ourselves, one another, and peace with God. Living with paradox requires empathy and invites reconciliation, seeking to understand a viewpoint opposite of our own. This post is “P” Paradox in the A-Z of Mystery and the A-Z Word of the Year Challenge.