DON’T NEVER COUNT YOUR SELF OUT, NOW I’M HAPPY.
It is a way, we must learn to stop being affected by what people
There is no reason to have emotional reaction to words.
Orinarily we are manipulated by what others tell us. If someone says
we’re a fool, one gets upset. If somene praises us, we feel great.
If someone says something bad about another person, we dislike
that other person. Just as if someone says another persson is great,
we can’t wait to meet them.
Sometmes when another tells us we can’t do something, we lose
our confidence. Just as sometimes if another tells us our cause isn’t
a good one, we lose our enthusiasm. If someone say we look bad,
two things take place-1} we rush to fix it.-2} It has the power to some
time makes us feel bad within.
Why are we so vulnerable to gossip ?
It’s not even rational to let gossip have such a powerful effect on us.
We can listen to others and understand fully what is being communicated, but we never have to be emotionally affected, just as
our thoughts and when listening to others we must discrimination about
what holds the true power that have the right to affect us.
To be free from the sense of “others,” it is necessary to be free from
caring about what others do. What we notice other people doing, and
exspecially how we react to what others are doing, says alot more about
us then it does about them.
Beng overly concerned with what others think is a ruinous habit.
It serves no purpose. If someone offers constructive criticism, it will
strike a chord of truth within us.
But if we slink through life worrying how people see us and what
they think l, it will psychically paralyze us.
[ THE POWER OF A THOUGHT ]
Ignorance of the truth, we see only the projection of our mind – which
means that all the horrible thoughts we think will seem to be true
Seeing our own mental creations as the truth, we develop a somber
attitude toward life. With this attitude, much of life becomes, well
i’ll let you ponder on that last note.
TAKE CARE AND BE SAFE, AS ALWAYS IM HOPING YOU ENJOYED MY
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