Is Anger Destroying Your Life
- Do you feel under constant stress and pressure like you are backed into a wall and there is no way out?
- Does this feeling fill you up with rage and you take it out on others who don't deserve it?
- Has your anger made a bad situation worse?
- Have you lost family and friends because of your temper?
- Have you been passed up for job opportunities and promotions because of your "attitude"?
- Do you feel so out of control that there is no hope for you?
Don't fear, there is still hope for you yet!
You really are a good person, but haven't found an effective way to deal with the pressures of life. Before all this anger consumes you, ruins your career, destroys your family and your health, do something about it now!
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Wednesday, January 9, 2008
Positive Thought for the Day
Today I experience peace and calm.
Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future.
Most people want to be delivered from temptation but would like it to keep in touch.
From The Daily Motivator
The whole of life
Everything has an influence on everything else. All the seemingly separate aspects of life are tightly intertwined.
When setting priorities and making choices, consider the whole of life. Attempting to play off one thing against another will never work for very long.
When you shortchange one part of your life, other things suffer. When you work to add value somewhere in your world, that value is reflected in other places too.
Eventually, the good, sincere, authentic things you do will exhibit their influence throughout your world. There's a way to live through each experience that will enhance and improve all the other experiences.
Think of your decisions not as discreet events, but rather as interrelated expressions of who you truly are. Realize that each action has an influence that spreads far beyond its original context.
Live as though the universe is connected to itself in ways that you cannot begin to imagine. Know that what you do is not just for here and now, that it contributes everywhere and always to the whole of life.
-- Ralph Marston
A substitute teacher was trying to make use of her psychology background. She began her class by saying, "Everyone who thinks you're stupid, please stand up."
Right away, Little Johnny stood up.
The teacher said, "Why do you think you're stupid, Little Johnny?"
"I don’t, ma'am, but I hate to see you standing there all by yourself!"