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This Week in the Rhema "Christian Yoga" Weekly...
To many people in the world today, "depth" and "wisdom" look a gloomy, pessimistic perspective on the world and life around us.
The idea is that this is a hard way to live, but that the truly wise are courageous enough to live this way because they are deciding to see the world for the way it really is - ugly, hopeless and unfair.
True wisdom, depth and courage comes from choosing to see the beauty of the world, despite any levels of darkness.
To decide to have a happy disposition and a joyful attitude despite circumstances shows real depth and quality of character, because it is often harder to be joyful and happy in the world.
It is easier to be unhappy and cynical, but the unhappy and cynical are choosing the easy way out.
What do you think?
The chronically unhappy almost always blame other people for their unhappiness. The ironic problem here is that blaming these other people ensures that they will remain unhappy.
Those who take responsibility for their unhappiness, despite the role others have played in their lives, become empowered to enjoy a life of happiness.
Do you surround yourself with others who reinforce your ideas that others make you unhappy? That these other people are responsible for your unhappiness? Whether these people are close friends, parents or psychotherapists, they are not helping, they are hurting.
It's a choice. Blame others for your unhappiness, or get happy. Which will you chose?
Let us know what you think!
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