Sunday, 11 September 2011

Replacing common myths by effective truths
(Part 6 of 9)

[2] Irritation should make way for constructive action: Imagine that, after suffering some minor abuse or discrimination, you become enraged, lusting for revenge. Is someone going to fix the world and put an end to unfairness?

The truth is that everybody makes mistakes. It is seldom worth it to devote your time to correcting other people's minor faults.

Put the unpleasant story out of your mind and move on. Apply your efforts to pursuing your goals, not to telling people off.

To be continued in the next post.


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