People do a lot of things that feel mean. That frustrates us. That cause problems for us. That make the world a worse place. They vote for corrupt politicians. They say offensive things. They make messes. They screw stuff up. This was my day yesterday! Naturally, our first instinct is to get upset about this. …
Mentally it should give you that empowered, grateful, selfless, bonus-round attitude best captured by Martin Luther King Jr., who said these words, just hours before he would suddenly and fatally meet an assassin's bullet:
I'm not going to say, that cheating or lying or murdering should be avoided out of fear of future punishments at the hands of God.
But when our stuff breaks or is lost, it’s always so much different. It’s suddenly a tragedy, or worse, a deliberate misdeed that has been wrongly inflicted upon us.
No. Now is the time. Now is the time to be good. To live as if you had the “Fuck You Money” or conquered enough of the world to tell the
It was a good friend who totally “lost it” on me. He was angry about something which I had done and he took it to text messages to convey his anger.
Do you ever feel like fear of failure follows you wherever you go?