Our Life Will be More Peaceful if we Do Not Respond to Negative or Rude Reactions.
March 12, 2014 11:28pm CST
Everyone knows that the younger generation do not think it is so important to be polite to each other and sometimes we are surprise to listen the statements by them. But what can we do about it? Because its impossible to change it. We can act and opposed it with an impolite response to have the equanimity, but this might give ourselves as a bad example to others. When we act like this with a rude and uneducated behavior will put shame to our parents. Through such a maneuver we may interrupt our serenity and the harmony of our inner peace, this also will unwillingly break the balance of self-possession. So we have to demonstrate ourselves, what we do not like to see in others, don’t do it by our own. Then we’re going to compete against ourselves by using an attitude which we all know it is never going to win for us, because this will only creates a prejudicial irreverent conflict and bad character. We would offer uncouth objection to something which only will generate bad feelings, this is of course very unwise and unusual thus it also create more problems. Better be diplomatic and ingenious to make a choice, try to listen from everybody and make the decision for a peacefully response. Take a brief respite to realize that further contact will only have adverse effects in the future. Be relaxed and stay well governed, so that we can make some estimation for a wisely and acceptable decision whether to terminate or continue the relationship itself. Responding to negative or rude actions will give an uneasy feeling in every situation or occasion where inner struggle and force measurement is the cause of it. Be wise and kindly to choose the harmony for ourselves and do not put us in a dilemma, because that is insulting and ill-mannered which will always have a bad ending. I wish you a healthy life. Kindly Regards, Author Jan Jansen http://poems.easybranches.com/our-life-will-be-more-peaceful-if-we-do-not-respond-to-negative-or-rude-reactions.html
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