I wanted 2 share the following with you on "Resentment".
"If a sharp thorn or a splinter pierces my hand,
what do I do? I remove it as quickly as I can.
Surely I wouldn't leave it there, hurting me, until
it festered and sent its infection throughout my
Yet what do I do with the thorns of resentment
and hatred when they pierce my thoughts? Do I
leave them there and watch them grow, while I
suffer increasingly from the pain?
True, resentment and hatred are more difficult
2 pull out of our thoughts than the physical
thorn from a finger, but so much depends upon it
that I will do my best 2 eliminate them, before
their poison can spread."
"If I really do not want 2 be hurt, and if I am sure
that self-pity isn't giving me a certain secret
satisfaction, I will take all the steps necessary 2 free my mind
from painful thoughts and emotions. The best way 2
do this is not by grimly exerting will power, but by
replacing those hurting ideas with thoughts of love and
"Thou has not half the power 2 do me
harm, as I have 2 be hurt"
(William Shakespeare, Othello)
:-) Keep in touch :-)