Tag: anger

Anger is Love Articulating Boundaries

A common human / spiritual / Life commonality, recognized in the spiritual/religious life, is to have respect for all life. Every day, the bad habits gained through life’s learning cause human beings to intentionally cross that line multiple times throughout a day. Someone who experiences this the violation of respect triggers anger, the negative manifestation of Love articulating boundaries. There is more to this, as this view identifies functioning at higher levels of awareness, and […]

Anger is Love | Emotional Intelligence

From the archives October 22, 2005 Anger is Love. The work with spiritual and emotional intelligence has developed this perspective in my life. It has allowed me to check in underneath the anger for the other emotions that exist there. Quite often, it includes sadness, much in the way that we would feel and express sadness for the tragedies we see occurring around the world. I have learnt that anger has not served me well […]

Anger | Bridge Over Troubled Water | Patience, Love, God

From the archives An interesting event occurred yesterday (June 8, 2006) that revealed anger to be an opportunity. I was walking back home after an appointment downtown in the morning and had an encounter with a rude motorist. I gestured a “what gives” posture as I tried to cross at the intersection, on the pedestrian Go signal, only to recieve a tirade of emotions. Equal to the opportunity, I responded with equal stupidity and responded […]

Where ya been?

Ha! I said I’d be posting something every day. Did you see what happened over the weekend? Nothing! Absolutely nothing! I had time, or could have made time, I’m sure. So what happened? I see hidden in the corner of my [[consciousness]], this petulant brat who wants to snub his nose at all the demands of people. He just wants to be selfish. He wants some attention, some care, and some love. He didn’t want […]

Conversations

I’ve been involved in conversations about emotions lately. Anger, communication, response versus reaction. I’ve enjoyed the flow and depth the conversations have taken. Having dived deeply into the emotional pool feared by many men, I have come to gain considerable understanding from my own experiences. Many times, I have shared stories with others, both men and women alike, and discovered similar attributes and conditions. The is where we discover that even with different circumstances, the […]