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April 9th, 2008 at 06:29 pm

When ever I feel irritated itís always my fault. I can let things others do irritate me; but itís never their fault, itís always my fault. Since I started believing this my life has become a lot less complicated and happier. Sometimes I still forget. Then I remind myself no one can irritate you , sweetie, but yourself.

What I have found since I have started embracing this new knowledge is, I donít stay irritated long. Because if itís my fault Iím irritated, then I must have the power to pull myself out. I donĎt have to wait around for whoever I am irritated at to straighten up and do things my way. I just have to find something else to focus on until what ever I am letting irritate me passes.

Just thought I would share this beings I was letting my husband irritate me this morning and one of our dogs irritate me this evening. Then I remember it's all about JOY and feeling good and being irritated is as far away from feeling good as I can get. It also makes me want to spend and eat. Oh by the way this is my second NO SPEND DAY in a row.

Besides being irritated ages me twice as fast and JOY make the aging go in
SLOW-MOTION. And this girl does not mind getting older as long as she hardly shows her age. Joy is the fountain of youth.

1 Responses to “Irritation”

  1. dmontngrey Says:

    I will have to keep this in mind. I feel irritated by everyone all the time lately - especially hubby and dogs!
    I can't quite get to the point of joy, but less irritation would be just WONDERFUL at the moment. Thanks for this thought. I'm going to TRY. Smile

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