…And then you reach a point where ‘What people will say’ doesn’t bother you, infact, the word ‘people’ vanishes!
Everything is a story. The way we narrate it, the way we comprehend it – shapes the circle of our life.
If the center of life is displaced, check the script, dialogue delivery of the story you are narrating in your mind!
There are so many things which can trigger your irritation level. When I checked the things which kinda creates irritation within me I found there’s one thing which makes me go mad 😀 and that’s – STALKING! 😉
I hate the habit of stalking other people’s lives. It seems that those who follow closely other people’s lives through social media (and many other ways) don’t create something interesting in their own lives!
What irritates you?
NOTE : BY NITHYA SHANTI
What Just Spilled?
You are holding a cup of coffee when someone comes along and bumps into you, spilling the coffee all over.
Why did you spill the coffee?
“Well because someone bumped into me, of course!”, you say.
You spilled the coffee because there was coffee in your cup. Had there been tea in the cup, you would have spilled tea.
Whatever is inside our cup, is what spills out.
Therefore, when life comes along and shakes us up (which it will!), whatever is inside comes right out. We can only fake it, until we get nicely rattled.
So we have to ask ourselves, “What’s in my cup?”
When our ego is triggered, when unwanted things happen or wanted things don’t happen, what spills out? How do we typically respond?
With openness, curiosity, patience, peace and humility? Or anger, bitterness, harsh words and temper tantrums?
Such questions keep us spiritually honest and grounded. They reveal to us just how far we have already come and just how much work we still have to do.
Let us work towards filling our cups with acceptance, appreciation, joy, words of affirmation for ourselves; and kindness, gentleness and love for others.
Do you have trust issues?
Begin with building trust in your very own life, in your own self.