Resolution Of Upset

If you haven’t been over to Field of Merit in the last few hours I suggest you go and read this article by Rev. Alicia. She says it so well, and clearly.

OK, so situations generally need to be resolved, I’m not disputing that. But if we are disturbed or upset by challenging conditions, an annoying person or a malfunctioning object and we think that our peace of mind. our well-being, depends on resolving the situation, we will always be running around trying to fix everything that upsets us and never look at the root of the upset, which lies within ourselves.
It’s not about resolving the situation.

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