Mahatma Gandhi jokingly described himself as his own worst enemy.
“I have only three enemies. My favorite enemy, the one most easily influenced for the better, is the British Empire. My second enemy, the Indian People, is far more difficult.
But my most formidable opponent is a man named Mohandas K. Gandhi. With him I seem to have very little influence.”
Instead of looking for the enemies outside of me, perhaps I should include myself in the circle of people I have disagreement with.