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Develop a giving attitude
Posted by Naran
Posted by Naran
What is acceptance?
What is surrendering?
Surrendering is accepting to try again with a different attitude.
It is looking at the event from a different and a higher angle.
It is not inaction.
It is not meek submission.
It is getting out of the repetitive behaviour to MOVE ON and ACT.
It is resistance to accept what is offered by way of:
It is inaction.
It is submitting to fate.
Mental outlook is changed by way of healing.
Then one is prepared to try again.
Healing is an attempt to RELEASE you from the known mental states.
It leads you through the path of surrender.
When you have got what you desired, then PRAY for others – who are denied and/or whose desires were unfulfilled.
When you have not got what you desired, THANK the DIVINE for giving to someone, who needed most.
When there is a failure, either you’re grieving or getting angry.
It makes you to submit to the fate.
It is meek surrendering.
Instead, your thanking will make you surrender to the Divine.
Your thanking heals your mind.
Your thanking will motivate you to further action.
Surrendering is action, while submitting to fate is inaction.
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