Why do you want to do right

Do you want to be right or do you want to be happy?

Because I would like to emphasize one more aspect: Suppose there is an injury by a person whom we do not want to forgive. With every day that we wait for an apology - that may never come - we come to realize more and more that other people can be unfair and unjust. The longer we move in this awareness, the more real it becomes for our brain; the less we notice people who enrich our lives; The more skepticism we develop when we get to know strangers and the more difficult it will be for us to trust. Because YOU are the one who feels the hurt, the anger, the disappointment and the anger - not the other. And it is YOUR brain that learns to be suspicious.

A Buddhist wisdom goes: "Holding on to anger is like drinking poison and expecting that the other will die." Choose how much poison you can endure without causing damage.

Don't forget to be happy :)
Your Leni


PS: If you would like to exchange ideas about this and similar topics around mindset, inner clarity, well-being and satisfaction, come to my Facebook group! I'm here every Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. to answer your questions and give you some more inspiration!
By the way, for a few days now you have also found me in the UpSpeak app (Leni Schwarzmann). If you'd rather listen than read yourself, you'll find the “acoustic versions” of my blog articles here - and of course other audio content. You can also use the app to ask me very individual questions - I will answer you with a personal voice message :)