Dec 25, 2020
Feeling inadequate, fuming and resenting the luminaries in my profession made for an uncomfortable morning. Journaling and self-inquiry, uncovered the gift. The resentment tells me more about what is going on with me, then with the person I am judging. And that’s the good news.
"If I have a resentment, it usually means I haven’t set a boundary, I haven’t asked for something I want or need, OR that I am a bit petty and jealous.” – Mark J. Silverman
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