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Resistance (mindfulness post for 2/5/17)

Posted on by Matthew Kramer-LaPadula

To be angry, we must be be resisting something. Truth. Love. Circumstances. Pain. Anger is an expression of our reluctance to accept the current situation. Being angry with the present is not productive. Although our anger may motivate us to produce change in the future, it much better to simply see our anger; let it go; and start work on that change. To work in the midst of an angry mind and angry thoughts will mean we are not focused fully on the positive change we need to create.