Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Dr. Wayne Dyer Says
What we must recognize is that we exult in some of our defects. Self-righteous anger can be very enjoyable. In a perverse way we can actually take satisfaction from the fact that many people annoy us; it brings a comfortable feeling of superiority. (As Bill Sees It, p. 153)
Those who behave in ways that you dislike are sending out their disharmony toward you because that is what they have to give away. Hating them is akin to hating moss for growing on a tree.
(Dr. Wayne Dyer, Staying On The Path, p. 69)
Those who seem to cause you the most anguish are those who remind you of what you believe is either lacking or wanting in yourself. (Dr. Wayne Dyer, Staying On The Path, p. 47)
No one can depress you. No one can make you anxious. No one can hurt your feelings. No one can make you anything other than what you allow inside. (Dr. Wayne Dyer, Staying On The Path, p. 79)
You do not have to be a person who is at the mercy of anyone who chooses to annoy you. (Dr. Wayne Dyer, Staying On The Path, p. 80) 16/Jun/2010 9:09