What will life be like when, (and I’m choosing my words very carefully understanding that our communication seem to NOt have this natural flow)… our communication improve. Weather it’s of my doings or yours. Some times you may have relations with a person then with another but the flow of the communication is different with both individuals? Well that’s evident here but moving right along.
Should we identify how we’ve helped each other over these past years? Nah, that’s quite clear. It is without question that we look out for the well being of each other. So let’s not prioritize that. Let’s prioritize this.
Economics: financial well being,
Or how bout we prioritize this
The responsibility of raising a child in a messed up world and having to grow him with morals and manners.
How about we prioritize our souls salvation?
Better idea, our emotional well being
You know what, how about we prioritize our health. No no scratch that let’s put traumatic experiences high on the priority list. Traumatic Experiences that usually leads to the way different people temperaments are shaped. Temperaments, attitudes, and anger.
After anger is suppressed for some time trigger points tend to come from no where.
Give me my car keys, “No”
Dishes on the floor, bathroom door broke
Male species storms out.
Expressions after an explosion.
“Every human being has been conditioned
to think and behave in certain ways – condition genetically as well as by their childhood experiences and their cultural environment.
That is not who they are but that is who they appear to be. When you pronounce judgment upon someone you confuse those conditioned mine patterns with who they are. To do that is in itself a deeply conditioned and unconscious pattern.
You give them a conceptual identity, and that false identity becomes a prison not only for the other person but also for yourself.
To let go of judgment does not mean that you don’t see what they do. It means that you recognize their behavior as a form of conditioning and you see it and accept it as that. You don’t construct an identity out of it for that person.
That liberates you as well as the other person from identification with conditioning, with form, with mind. The ego then no longer runs your relationships”.
An excerpt from, Stillness Speaks
By: Eckhart Tolle