“Why some complain and stress about their life can be understandable, but why they keep stressing about the same complaint is ignorance.”
– Amir Zoghi –
To do something about it is not necessarily about doing something within your story, your external world. When I speak of doing something about it, I’m speaking about dealing with the emotions that have surfaced internally because of what may have taken place externally in your story. Most people think it’s all about doing something to fix the story externally because they are attempting to temporarily escape the emotions that have been raised internally. When I speak of doing something about it, I’m suggesting for you to take responsibility for those emotions that you feel, to not run away from the emotion by avoiding making a decision but instead to embrace the emotions and make a choice.
The most difficult task is not what you have to do externally. It is to make a decision internally – a full decision with absolute conviction, not a half-hearted decision. Most cannot make that kind of whole-hearted decision because they are too emotionally wrapped up and attached to their story. Why? Because they do not know themselves beyond their story.
Either do something about it or fully accept it and let it go, there is nothing in between but suffering.
— The UNIVERSE —
Truth of the Week by Amir Zoghi, Be Free People