Council

Posted April 22nd, 2014 by Bryan

l suffers from what you imagine, not by what happens really. But the reality is often not imaginarily hard. I would say that for humans too often things are truly difficult. There is nothing correct in his ideas about the facts. The unfortunate situations are a reality.

But there is one issue that is passed many times overlooked. The same real and unfortunate fact affects two people to different extent. It doesn’t matter that the interpretation made of the same fact is similar. For example, two men abandoned by their wives interpret everything what can be interpreted on the matter. However, one of them is shattered. While the other is perfectly quiet and adapted to the new situation. You can say that what happens is that one was more in love than the other. It can be no doubt that it has thus been.

And it is there where round the issue on which I would like to draw attention. People attributed to different level of importance to the same facts. And what is more, a person is able to decide what level of significance is going to be attributed to an unfortunate fact. And that is the real crux of the matter. Many people are not only miserable by the interpretation that makes a fact in particular. It is especially for the impact or importance attributed to this event. Because very often we make a tragedy of trivial situations. Overstated things that might be significant but are not so. And here goes the Council: to an annoying, quiet event that nothing has happened. Do not do a small or medium wave of misfortune, throughout a devastating tsunami. Before taking it to chest so think about all together misfortunes that you’ve already had to live and you have exceeded. Or better yet, think the worst misfortunes in this world and everything bad that could have happened and which did not happen. You don’t judge your problems in the abstract, do it as what it is, one more than everyone who has to deal with humanity. And believe me, most of the time our spiritual discomfort before a fact is no more than an exaggerated response.

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