War and Peace
In Roman mythology, around 750 B.C, two twin brothers — Romulus and Remus — sons of Mars, the god of wars and priestess Silvia, their mother, were put on a small raft in river Tiber so that they could be saved from being killed by the King, their father who suspected that they might overthrow him one day. Both were saved by a she-wolf and later by a shepherd who brought them up to be men of wisdom, courage and boldness. They fought many wars together to defend their people but in the end turned against each other and the bone of contention was the Land where they wanted to build a new city-Rome. Remus was killed and Romulus became the king and the founder of Romae. Bottom line-wars only end in tragedy and killing of innocent human beings.