Sunday, April 20, 2008

accepting.

the pain we experience in certain situations is a form of energy stuck inside.

we try to find a reason why we are in pain and once a reason is found we hold that reason responsible.

and so, because our word is absolute in this world, the reason becomes a fact.

and the pain remains.

but here is the issue.

if you are pushed by someone, do you blame them and hold them responsible for your fall?

but how do you know why they pushed you?

and do they?

this chain of pushes goes back forever, and we can never know the reason why the first push happened......so blame does nothing.....but continue to have us stuck in the pain.

so, how do we unstick?

remain in the pain without judgement for a while, until the feeling passes, like it does.

like it would had you reacted.

only when you reacted the pain continued and you passed more painful energy along in the process.

so when you don`t react the cycle stops with you.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

things in life just are what they are sometimes
painful, horrible and life altering
so leave them where they are
we can't move backwards only forwards
learn from it
grow from it
accepting the fact that it is what it is
and will probably make us stronger in the long haul
remembering that we will have new beginnings
filled with
love, laughter, hope
bringing our spirit peace and happiness

Anonymous said...

acceptance and forgiveness

I don't think most people set out to destroy one's spirit, even though their actions ultimately do so.

and having said this, I'm sure their are some,

one day at a time, as the old saying goes

this to shall pass

Anonymous said...

I GET IT
KINDA LIKE - MY FAVOURITE MISTAKE
THANKS FOR THE LYRICS CHERYL
SEEM FITTING FOR ME TODAY ANYWAY

dr.alistair said...

it was something resonating in me that caused my pain. it wasn`t someone else.

i have to work on recognising that.

i was driving along last night and the evening was coming to an end and i realised that i hate good-byes, even if they are only for a few days.

it wasn`t her doing it, it was me.