I, Jerry, wrote this poem a while back and wanted to share it here on our blog. We believe oneness with Spirit brings a greater peace and joy than we can create for ourselves.
Our egos make us feel that it is normal human nature to be defensive and retaliatory if someone is attacking us. We feel, deep down, that it is of value to attack back.
Our egos delight when we choose to be a victim of the world. Our egos delight because they know we will be in conflict, and believe that anger at others and the world will bring us happiness.
We would like to share an older piece of our writing, as we feel it is a powerful reminder of the depth of Attitudinal Healing.
We recently noticed a striking resemblance between a negative attitude and a flat tire.
Our egos become very powerful when we decide to listen to the voice of fear and guilt rather than to the voice of love.
I, Jerry, would like to share some thoughts today on not giving the power to decide who we are to another person.
As a Psychiatrist, I, Jerry, have long known about the disastrous effects that shame can have on the psyche of an individual.
The people we know who go through the aging process with the most happiness and peace seem to be “Aging with Attitude.”
With this New Year, we like to remind ourselves of the core of Attitudinal Healing.