Resentment. Author and psychologist Tara Brach writes in her book Radical Acceptance, “The word resentment means ‘to feel again.’ Each time we repeat to ourselves a story of how we’ve been wronged, we feel again in our body and mind the anger at being violated. But often enough our resentment of others reflects our resentment of ourselves. When someone rejects us, he or she might be reinforcing a view we already hold – that we’re not good enough, not kind enough, not lovable enough.” Continue reading
The holidays are busy. Cooking, travelling, shopping, preparing, wrapping, washing, running, and decorating. We never stop. There is always action around us and it’s hard to find a moment of peace.
It made me remember how powerful silence is. Yet it’s so hard to find. Continue reading