Thought I’d share something I personally wrote one day to help relieve my stress. It was influenced by the book “Anger” by Thich Nhat Hanh, which has powerful, yet easy-to-understand knowledge about emotions. I couldn’t ask for a better way to spend my time - it was that great. After I wrote this, I felt forgiven and proud.
I’m sorry for getting upset today.
I’m sorry for not being how I usually am.
I’m grateful for every little thing.
I’m grateful for my beautiful mind and beautiful body.
I’m sorry, my child of selfishness.
I’m sorry, my child of anger.
I hope I have relieved you both in some way.
But I know you may come back and want more.
That is fine my children, but please, do so in a manner that considers the feelings of those close to us.
From this day forward, I want to take care of all my children, my emotions, better.
I ask nothing more than a mindful heart and the confidence I’ve been searching for.
I want to find my purpose. I know that there is more to life than what I have available.
I’m grateful for my health, my knowledge, my mentality - everything that has yet to bloom to its full potential.
I don’t want to lose my precious smile.
Namaste, everyone :)