1. Asta cu situațiile neprevăzute îmi amintește de un citat pe care l-am citit într-o carte a unui yoghin.
    ””It is difficult to quickly control a strong negative emotion; the more we try to control it, the more it becomes agitated and resurfaces. Even if we control it, we may end up merely suppressing it, only for it to reemerge later. Imagine that a strong negative emotion is like mud swirling inside a fish tank. To get the mud to sink to the bottom of the tank so you can have a clear view of the fish, the last thing you want to do is submerge your hands in the muddy water and try to push the mud to the bottom. The more you try to push it down, the more you churn it up. Similarly, in an attempt to control a negative emotion, you may try to push it down. Unfortunately, the more you try, the more it resurfaces.”

    El vorbea despre anger, probleme, provocari, dar mai atinge un pic subiectul ”neprevăzutului” și prin asta:

    ”„If I had to summarize the entirety of most people’s lives in a few words, it would be endless resistance to what is. As we resist, we are in constant motion trying to adjust, and yet we still remain unhappy about what is.”

    Cumva, la asta încerc să mă gândesc când am de-a face cu ceva care nu e conform planului. Să nu mă panichez, să răscolesc nămolul din acvariu, și să încerc să gândesc limpede, ca mai apoi să accept că uneori, ”it is what it is”, și nu e în controlul meu să schimb, așa că rezistența e futilă. 🙂 Cam așa.

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