Difficulty with releasing grudges isn’t necessarily about the pleasures of righteous anger. It’s about beliefs.
You learn to appreciate and respect each person – including yourself.
With writing, we create order from what was previously chaotic. We replace a tangle of thoughts and feelings with a new perspective.
Taking care of ourselves is far from being a small and meaningless indulgence.
What if we remember that we all have worth as humans? We each can make a difference in this world. We can all live a noble life.
What if, at least in some cases, receiving a placebo from a caring practitioner activates the same inner healing process that is activated by being treated with Western medicine?
We stay so busy all the time, and for some of us it’s due to too much “yes.”
Learning can be profound and life-changing, without being cognitively difficult.
Being up against the growing edge of your sense-making, and of your skills and knowledge can be a damned uncomfortable place!