I get angry, it’s OK.
I get frustrated, it’s OK.
I cry, it’s OK.
I get fearful, it’s OK.
I suffer anxiety, it’s OK.
I get sad, it’s OK.
I get all kinds of emotions, it’s OK.
If we accept who we are, where we are at in our journey, our emotions, our thoughts, our level of consciousness and surrender to them all, then all of those emotions are ok, let them be. They have then space to be and to fade as all things do.
If we let them be, they pass, if we resist them, we become them.
The mind and its fragile ego convince us of the need to take revenge for a perceived wrongdoing of another.
The mind goes into overdrive, as its ego switches between victim and punisher and concocts various schemes of how to get someone back for what they did.
The reality is, they did nothing in the first place. We did it to ourselves by choosing to allow the actions of another bother us within in the first place. If we accept internally others for what they are and for what they do, then we do not inflict inner pain upon ourselves. We are at peace with what they do or say.
Now, that does not stop us offering a different opinion outwardly, or choosing to move on or walk away from that person. But what we do is forgive them instantly by accepting them always for what they are. Then there is no suffering, and no need to exact revenge.
Revenge only leads to more suffering, and the suffering will be within us. All things are a matter of choice and how we react and choose to react has its consequences always.
It’s a choice to let go, to surrender to what is, to allow others to be and to simply move-on. There is no action to take and the consequences will be inner peace for us.