posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 07:56 PM
Originally posted by ignorant_ape
why do people tell you things you dont want to listen to ?
i constantly get bombarded with people who need to tell me things - crap i dont wat to hear
i realise that talking might easue ther burden and accelerate thier acceptance of events
but i have a different path
and i dont want to talk and i certainly do not want to listen
what do i do ??????????
I'm sorry. What did you say? I wasn't listening.
Seriously. Maybe the questions to your answer are more important than you might think. The more we open ourselves up to opportunity, the more it
becomes available. Suffering always leads to reward. You are obviously suffering. There are only three causes of suffering.
1) If you take a reward, suffering follows what was taken.
2) If you suffer first to earn the reward, you suffer the correct direction.
3) If you suffer as a cause of another person's actions, then you have the freedom to remove yourself. You also have the freedom to suffer work to
change the direction to a reward instead.
Since you are claiming number 3, is it not possible that the answer is within your own actions in the end? A negative can be cancelled by a positive.
Another negative just makes more negative. Being positive in all situations is the only answer. Adding more suffering multiplies two negatives and
makes a positive.
In other words, someone throws trash in your yard, what do you do? You can throw it back. This is another negative. You can walk away and hope it
gets fixed. You can suffer some work and throw it in the trash. This is a positive that cancels a negative with work. The other answer is the one
you may not see right away. You can suffer some work and make a new friend from the person who created the negative. Once you are friends, only
positive can come form that time on. Teach the the value of properly removing trash. Teach a man to fish and he feeds himself for a lifetime.
Simply give him a fish and he eats for one day. Walk by him when he is empty and miss the opportunity to fill an empty space with love.
The final answer....wait. What was the question again?
A: Think for the other person in the manner in which they should be thinking for themselves. Remove bias and walk together instead of separate.
edit on 4-12-2011 by SuperiorEd because: (no reason given)