Isn't it tragic that we are a people of massive power, those that can make choices, those that can keep promises, but we tend to still want to say that others bring out the worst or best out of us? For example, in the case of a death, do we blame the dead person for leaving us or do we celebrate their life? How would you react to such an experience? If you don't know, that's real too because the majority of us avoid talking about death like it's the plague.
Isn't it us who bring out the best in us, or is it only when it's having to do with the positive things in life? Yes, there are usually people who contribute to your success and accomplishments, but you have to show up to the dance in order for them to teach you or inspire you. The work still has to come from you! Aren't we quick to take all the accolades, awards, and recognition when we accomplish something? You bet we are because that makes us noticeable and accountable for great stuff!
But when it deals with behavior that is uncanny, shameful, and hurtful, we don't want to take responsibility for it because we can't bare to think that we are going to be associated with such misfit behavior. We even fire the coach because we aren't winning anymore! We would rather risk the choice of sacrificing our personal authenticity for a superficial and unrealistic existence. We tend to exist in the shadows of shame and being lame instead of living from grace.
In order to endure any tragedy in our lives we must first understand who we are in relation to the tragic event. If we are just reacting out of reacting because we think we are supposed to react a certain way based on how society tells you to react- tragic! Yes, you are the tragedy because you not yet become aware of your personal power- the power to be able to respond with love and not out of fear! If you continue to say that a person makes you or brings out something out of you - tragic! Know that you have total control about how to feel about any experience. You are the master of your feelings. You make the choices and you get to keep them regardless of the intensity of the tragedy!
With that said, "Put a little MaxPower into your life!"
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