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05 January 2009

I am free from anger

I am free from anger and remorse

I am able to live my life free of anger and remorse because I choose to deal with situations as they arise. I avoid the tendency to avoid situations that cause me discomfort because I know that addressing them upfront will help me get to the source of the problem quickly, before it has time to take root and grow.

When I am hurt, I discuss my feelings with the other person involved. I am uninterested in laying blame, but I attempt to be open and honest, sharing how I feel in the wake of his or her actions. I speak out of a desire for deeper understanding and respect.

When I hurt someone else, I apologize with a sincere heart. I let go of my pride as well as any desire for revenge.

Very rarely will an issue be entirely one person's fault. I resist the idea that the other person must approach me before I can forgive or ask for forgiveness, after all, I cannot change anyone else.

I can only take responsibility for my own actions. For this reason, I am willing to ask for forgiveness and to seek understanding, even when I recognize that the other person was at fault, as well.

If a hurt is too great or becomes too deeply entrenched, I am unashamed to ask for help from someone who is trained in helping people find peace with relationships in their lives.

Self-Reflection Questions:


1. How will I take the first step in mending a rift with anyone?
2. Do I deal with anger and hurt early, before it takes root in my life?
3. Am I willing to ask for help in my relationships if I need it?

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In Section: Personal reflection - This article belongs to category: Exercises

I appreciate new things in my life

When I look around at all of the people and resources in my life I am grateful. I feel blessed because I have special people in my life that care about me and whom I care for as well. The people in my life are treasures to me.

I have all the necessities in life including a safe space, food, and clothing. Beyond the necessities I enjoy extra things in my life including the gift of technology, books, and hobbies that bring me great enjoyment.

There will always be people who have more stuff than I, but stuff is just stuff. Instead of dwelling on what I might not have, I focus on the wonderful gifts I do have and I appreciate them even more.

I have a fulfilling life full of people and property that bring great value to me. By keeping my focus on the many gifts and joys in my life, I am able to appreciate new things at a much deeper level.

Today I look at all the people and all the things in my life and I individually appreciate each one. I cherish the good in my life and I am thankful. I am blessed with a beautiful life and, today, I show my gratitude.

Self-Reflection Questions:


1. Who are the people in my life I am appreciative of?
2. What special things in my life am I thankful for?
3. Have I focused more on what I have, instead of what others have?
 

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Marcus Aurelius


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