*Agreeable (being this) and Forgiveness (doing this) So it occurs to me that the benefits of being agreeable are amazingly similar to the benefits of forgiveness. Here’s from the previous post, on being agreeable. Now, consider this through the lens of forgiveness:
There’s a practice I’ve heard of, where you are simply agreeable for a day. Okay, okay — maybe that’s better described as a challenge. (I’ll bet someone in your life popped into your head there. Maybe it’s your own self. I see you.) Either way, the idea is that we purposefully, mindfully, and consciously choose […]
Watch the above video till the end. All the way through. Even if you think you know what is coming. Even if you’ve already seen it. (Oh, for crying out loud, it’s only four minutes and ten seconds to the end credits. Consider it easy meditation time, and just enjoy.) QUESTIONS TO PONDER, NOW THAT […]
Conflict develops when two people say, “Here’s how I need you to be.” Resolution emerges when one of those people says, “I allow you to be exactly as you are.” One of you. You don’t need both. You don’t need to agree. You don’t even need the other’s conscious awareness. Just your own.