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“Respect doesn't come without a little resentment.” Neal Shusterman

Published on 6/12/2018
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Look at resentment as an opportunity to grow.  If you are vulnerable to the remarks, actions and opinions of others it means you have a lot of growing up to do, if you want to stop suffering that is.  If you resent someone, it is your weakness.  Become stronger by not letting your ego dominate your state of being.  The ego is only a voice in your head and you have the power to stay unattached to it.

Avoid the use of alcohol to suppress resentment.  Of course alcohol can help slow down the thinking mind and that can be a relief.  But the unconsciousness generated by alcohol can deepen our vulnerability to pain and make us feel even more victimized.  When you are drunk you will feel even more pain than when you were conscious, until you reach unconsciousness or stupor. 

No one said it is going to be easy.  Living with the voice in our head, the ego, is about the toughest way to live but nearly every human lives in this prison.  We suffer, we feel tremendous pain, we get ill, we lose our sense of peace and yet we are not willing to let go of ego.

 A “personality” can never overcome resentment completely.  Because it is not easy, it contains years of conditions and requires a high level of sincerity and consciousness to get out of.  As long as we are in ego land we have to cope with resentment and the pain which comes from it.  To really get past resentment and complaining you have to get past ego completely. 

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