BEST of PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, August 14th, 2013 by Sanaya Roman in SPIRITUAL GROWTH

“When you have unhappy emotions, don’t think another person caused them. If you are angry, stop blaming another person for making you angry. Instead, work directly with you feelings of anger. Learning about why you are feeling angry will do more to take you higher than trying to figure out how to get the other person to change.

Waiting for others to act in certain ways to be happy is making your happiness dependent upon something outside of yourself. It is turning your power over to other people and allowing them to determine how you feel. Calm emotions come from knowing that what you feel is YOUR choice.”

                         Sanaya Roman, in “Spiritual Growth”

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