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There came a time when the risk to remain tight in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.
-- Anais Nin


Monday, March 8, 2004

Resent no more

Resentment serves no useful purpose. The more you can let resentment go, the faster you will move ahead.

Resentment builds a wall between you and the incredible power of gratitude. Knock down that wall, and let gratitude fill the space where resentment once lived. Resentment hides life’s abundance from you. Drop the resentment, and fully live the abundance.

Think of all the things you make even more difficult because you dislike doing them. Does it make sense to punish yourself so?

The next time you feel resentment welling up within you, ask yourself a question. What good will it do you to put your precious time and energy into resentment, when such resentment disconnects you from life’s goodness?

Resentment will get you nothing. Let it go, and feel the sweet, powerful freedom.

— Ralph Marston

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