Love What You Do, Even if You Dont.

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This is a tough one.  Once we decide we don’t like doing something, or maybe we decide we don’t like our boss or our job, we subconsciously sabotage ourselves.  Especially if we are in a position where we still need to do the work, or be around the people we disdain.

All the time you [I] spend disliking something, is time we never get back.  Plus all that negative energy is what we are feeding our own souls.  You would never feed platefuls of negativity to your dog.  Would you?  No way.   That would make for a very wounded pet and it’s just plain cruel.

Negative thoughts and the energy contained within those thoughts cause stress. This is something we all know.  And  stress sucks on so many levels, it’s even been tied to disease.

(When my children were little they weren’t allowed to use the word- “sucks” – now it’s commonplace….lol at myself)

Anyway, think of your emotions and attitudes as food and carefully choose what you want to eat for the day.  I would classify hatred and hostility as poison and anger as saturated animal fat.  On the flip side, happiness and love would an awesome organic salad with a tall glass of fresh homemade lemonade on a beautiful summer day.

You don’t have to change your desire to upgrade your situation.  Not at all.  But while you are stuck find the good, concentrate on that and keeping  looking for other options.

I once heard this saying, and I have no idea where, but I suggest you try it today.  If you find yourself facing a challenge do this:   Pretend that everything is easy.

One time my Daughter and I used this phrase, and we found ourselves laughing through the pain, because it wasn’t at all “easy.”  On that difficult day pretending made all the difference in the world. Cheers!

Tip: Your emotions are a bigger part of you than your physical body. In other words, you are what you think.

Inspiration:  “It doesn’t matter how long we may have been stuck in a sense of our limitations. If we go into a darkened room and turn on the light, it doesn’t matter if the room has been dark for a day, a week, or ten thousand years — we turn on the light and it is illuminated.  Once we control our capacityfor love and happiness, the light has been turned on.”~ Sharon Salzberg

One-day one-thing: Sort a box of “important” papers, the box you ignore because it’s so important.

One thought on “Love What You Do, Even if You Dont.

    Everyone struggles. « unpack the rat said:
    November 18, 2011 at 7:14 am

    […] I was open to both of them.  Their stories enriched my life in some manner.  I can feel judgement is trying to find it’s way into my head, but I am not going to let it in.  I am not going to […]

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