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Now if we are honest, we all struggle with moments of anger. Be it a small annoyance, or a situation that overwhelms us. And we all know what happens when we use harsh words, swear words, or actions… that makes us feel guilty, doesn’t it? We know, we let go of our emotions. I mean you realize this, means you are healthy, and have a realistic image of yourself and your actions. Do not let unwholesome talk come out of your mouth, but only what is helpful for building other up according to their needs. Straight out of the Bible, sorry I don’t remember where, but hey I remember the content. But we do it. And usually we find a reason as to why we did it. Let me be tell you that yesterday, juust yesterday, I got quite angry at a cyclist who nearly ran me over… bad situation, corner, narrow pavement, construction site… and yes, I was for a split second angry. No I didn’t do or say anything (he was too fast) or it happened to fast, but it was there. What IT.. well the same IT.. the stumbling runner had. Blame. Yes you heard me… blame. Angry runner blames someone, and thereby justifies his or her actions. Well.. same with soccor mom fights.. you know those videos where the police need to break up a out of control situation… well she said this about my child, but the referee didn’t do
his job… blame game. Simple. But the blame game alone isn’t responsible. See blaming doesn’t explain where it that anger comes from. Blaming is a form of justifying. And maybe you are bit annoyed right now. Maybe you are feeling twitch to select a different podcast, or just wished you had selected some music instead… well stay tune, means this topic resonate with you… and I will get to the point. The reason you react like that is not because of he did, she did, he said he said… reason is that anger is inside of you already. Do click on the link below find out more about me www.heikostribl.com and for more running related content do check out https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuoAaTiD4Dc2tMl5r3P09-g and take a free course on becoming a better runner… www.hypnorun.com A rating, a like, a share will be greatly appreciated, and will help other runners’ that are looking for such advice find this show. So please do share.