Because we are fighting with time.
you should make the best of it; I found a good way to do so.
I will post something I will learn every day.
There is always something to learn…

 


 

 

All ill emotions comes out of unawareness

We live to see ourselves yield to unpleasantness towards each others, some of us are lucky enough to find others to love, some of us are good enough to be worthy of that love, some of us are neither this nor that. They wander between people only finding mockery, repulsion, and that sense of being bothered; yet most of us, are all of these, almost each one of us have  those who love, those who do not like so much, those who cannot live without for a moment and those who cannot stay with for a second.

And here the stoic ethics have something to teach us;
People act from the necessity of nature, they sometimes take the good roles like self denial, devotion, Love and mercy, and sometimes they yield to the evil ones, this includes egoism, self interest, hate, envy or simply laziness. This way you cannot hate anyone or feel such passive emotions towards them for when you trip over a rock, you cannot blame the rock about it, but you rather go on with your journey.

This active awareness of the necessity of nature lets you forgive and forget whatever people do to you, because now you see there are two sides that fight and people are mere rocks drawn unto each side at a time, sometimes they’re good and sometimes not. Being good at a time does not mean you are good for always, you may yield to evil for sometimes but then you come back and so on.

This awareness brings you towards peace, for you are no more at the mercy of the moods; our freedom dropped us into the necessity of nature and all what you have into your soul should be Love for the good and for the sake of good. and all the outside world is driven by this unending necessity for war between all what is good and all what is evil.

“If you are distressed by anything external, the pain is not due to the thing itself, but to your estimate of it; and this you have the power to revoke at any moment.” – Marcus Aurelius (121-180 AD), Meditations.

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