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Monday, August 12, 2013

Anger is a poison that hardens the heart!


I know from personal experience how damaging it can be to live with bitterness and unforgiveness. I like to say it’s like taking poison and hoping your enemy will die. And it really is that harmful to us to live this way.
Joyce Meyer

Angry people are some of the most difficult people to be around. They carry around so much negative energy and it's often times draining to be around them for very long. The first thing you have to realize is this person is in a great deal of pain. It’s pain the voices in their own heads inflict on them. They have no idea how to deal with it, or take ownership of it, except to blame it on someone else. It’s a sign of entitled immaturity, the sense that others 'owe' them something. In reality, no one owes anyone anything. Love is given freely.

When you encounter this type person, no amount of retaliation, jabs or pokes will phase them because they are beyond affected anymore. They have in their minds suffered so much pain in their lives, they are numb and so the wall is put up so that absolutely no one will come in and inflict anymore pain onto them. They will fight you tooth and nail to protect that wall at all costs of being hurt. 


The irony here is that, no one IS hurting them. They are so blinded by the weight of their anger, they cannot see or recognize when someone is genuinely showing love, care and concern. In retrospect, it is they who are hurting themselves by choosing to hold onto the anger and resentment. Refusing to feel that pain again, they often fail to see the damage and pain that they inflict onto other people, making it extremely difficult to maintain a positive composure.


So many times, we want to reach out and help, but sometimes, all we can do is remove ourselves or put some distance between us and the angry person. If someone is unwilling to help themselves, it will be impossible for us to help them. No need to get angry and reciprocate those hurtful feelings, just walk away, maintaining your dignity and peace of mind. 


Anger is so toxic! It destroys our insides, and manifest on the outside in some very mean, and nasty ways. We  have to find ways to forgive ourselves for allowing it to consume so much of our daily lives.

Life is too short to hold a grudge. 
Let it go!
Forgive
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