When remaining angry

MSW blog likes to tell his clients

“For every minute you remain angry, you give up sixty seconds of peace of mind. Now, just imagine if you spent those sixty seconds providing self love and/or kindness.,,”

(in a reaction on How could I possibly be offended?: about  being angry, resentful, filled with hate and plagued with a vindictive heart, which is tantamount to drinking poison.)

purple liquid poison on brown wooden surface

Read also:

From a stumbling spiritual pilgrim on his way from one place to an other on a journey of self-discovery, in the spirit of service, generosity, and gratitude, but has little sympathy for the perpetually aggrieved:

  1. How could I possibly be offended?
  2. How could I possibly be offended?
  3. The kind of danger we are ready for is the kind we can face from a safe distance
  4. When you can’t look on the bright side, I’ll sit with you in the dark -Alice in Wonderland

Plus from Real Life of an MSW

  1. Kindness Gone Awry
  2. Radom Act of Kindness

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Related

Anger: When I get angry, I suffer, because anger is always unjustified, and, deep inside, I know that.  Help me to turn to my journal and vent there when I am overwrought.  I never get angry unless I am stressed.

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3 responses to “When remaining angry

  1. Thank you for mentioning my blog…that’s a wonderful act of kindness

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