When you live at or below ordinary levels of awareness, you spend a great deal of time and energy finding opportunities to be offended.
A news report, a rude stranger, someone cursing, a sneeze, a black cloud – just about anything will do if you’re looking for an occasion to be offended. Become a person who refuses to be offended by any one, any thing, or any set of circumstances.
If you have enough faith in your own beliefs, you’ll find that it’s impossible to be offended by the beliefs and conduct of others.
Not being offended is a way of saying, “I have control over how I’m going to feel, and I choose to feel peaceful regardless of what I observe going on. When you feel offended, you’re practicing judgment. You judge someone else to be stupid, insensitive, rude, arrogant, inconsiderate, or foolish, and then you find yourself upset and offended by their conduct.
What you may not realize is that when you judge another person, you do not define them. You define yourself as someone who needs to judge others.
When you Identify your core values – you now have access to forgiveness.
We sometimes go through life without paying much attention. We just move from one thing to the next without considering whether our actions reflect our core values. But when we go through life without following our values, we can lose ourselves and our ability to generate real happiness.
I suggest you identify your core values and learn how to live them?
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Start By Selecting 15 Values, and Then Narrow Your Selection Down To 5 Values.