What brings in selfishness ?
A thought, an action, a discussion, an effort – all owe their roots to the synchrony between mind, body and the soul. There are times when we do not get to understand or ‘feel’ the synchrony. Because of which imbalances arise in thoughts and actions. Easier preached than practiced. Yes, every time I get to lose my temper, end of the conversation detours against me to hurt myself by feeling how bad the conversation had dragged it’s way into leaving the biggest scars of life. And this is because of the fact that not always do I lose my temper. That’s being true to my conscience, and a very honest to god answer. Nothing selfish or selfless! And nothing to add praise onto!
Words of temperament brings in temporary satisfaction. True, it does. Have you ever wondered why? It is the ‘ego’ aspect that we all hold onto, that in turn holds onto us, especially when two equal minds get into an argument. Both of them would probably be fighting (read: talking strongly) for a good cause, each of them being true to their own conscience and/or perspective. Both parties will realize (yes very strongly) at some point in time or the other, that either of them have not resolved anything in the given amount of time. One such conversation lead me to write this daily snippet for today.
Am sure we all are searching for various answers in life, every minute, second by second. A very small request to push any conversation of anger by a few minutes, especially if it’s amidst two loving hearts. Love is the prevailing factor. Do NOT let words rule over that love. Love shouldn’t fade on words. Even if you strongly feel the other person is on the wrong side, push the conversation away, or at the minimum, try to remain silent – at least it is only the heart that pours out is hurt. And there is another one (resilient one!) that could conceal, correct and conquer the love that exists – gradually!
Think it over… Share it over… Satisfaction should be in the love we possess, and the love that possesses us (positively and radiantly)!