Why be angry over things that can’t control you?
If you have entered into a situation that displeases you, such as work, why waste your weekend thinking about that restriction?
Why not think of how you got yourself into that situation?
And how you can get out?
Many situations are unpleasant.
Most can be escaped.
But thinking about insults, and burdens, only doubles the restriction.
Often, you can make it ten times worse.
And so your rage builds, all the while lessening your effectiveness to remove the restriction from your life.
Return to thinking about how you entered the restriction in the first place. The annoyances that go along with it are just reminders that you want to get out.
The only thing you can control is your response to conditions.
Better to not be mad at all.
Just stay focused on how you can replace the restriction with freedom.
Even better, concentrate on the good feeling that you will have when you are free.
Practice this and you’ll find that you are happy while you still have the restriction, because you are focused on yourself.
The hidden philosophy teaches you are here to please yourself – by focusing on your self-interest and joyfully taking the actions that make you happy, right here, right now.
The first order of business is to stop being upset – easy, when you realize you are the one shouldering the burden.
Even easier, is to be free.
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