Focus on what you will do. Give people a piece of your heart rather than a piece of your mind. So be decidedly tolerant of people inconsistently trying to live up to their values and intolerant of those who would hide behind their values or impose them on others while ducking the imposition themselves. Cowardice dies in the light. At the end of the day, I believe, everyone needs friends and people who appreciate him. Traveling you get to meet all sorts of crazy people from various cultures, and the craziest thing is how they all seem for the most part pretty much the same. Finally, fight fire with water by sending loving thoughts to the people who hurt you.
I remember a time when the seat in front of me was so close to my knees, that the only way for me to fall asleep, was to lean my head on the chair in front of me. I like to live as how a person should be and not how people want me to be. Look Within Try to see past the person and situation into your own annoyance. If you are struggling to empathize or ignore the situation, and you are finding it hard to tolerate, you can try to address it to reach some kind of resolution. Then of course they think that it was locked and you opened it for them, arrgghh!!! Yeah, I just have to look in the mirror for a minute or two to realize how much tolerance I need from others to be too intolerant of them when they morally stumble or go too far or engage in some of the behaviors and indulge in some of the attitudes I warned about in the post. This means getting rid of the mental and physical clutter, and eliminating all but the essential, so you are left with only that which gives you value. And is that such a terrible thing? For example: Is this guy not shutting up because he really wants to make a good impression on me? Leaving a bad impression on colleagues or friends because you lost your cool can have lasting consequences for you.
Cultivate centeredness that will be there inside you through everything and everyone. When you sense that there is a way where you can attack them in a logical manner that they cannot refute trust me, it will come , after then, wait some more. . That curmudgeonly old uncle you see only one time a year has a lifetime of experiences and drama he could share if people were to take the time to listen. In certain situations, it is difficult not to take the actions of others too personally.
Sometimes, just have no choice. There is such a culture of intolerance for intolerance these days. If you decide to give the person a legitimate chance, you may help cultivate positive changes in your interactions with them. However, I do think that sometimes comes a point, when you just cannot take it anymore, because you have had enough of it and really want to do something about it. I can smell the soggy sausage pizza. Focus on that point, and slum them all over the place.
And our mind is like a different world so we all think and act a lot different from others. I remember reading a book many years ago called l by Ed Welch. We may not be able to control much about our life circumstances, but with practice we can control how we respond to those circumstances. Hopefully, they will acknowledge their infraction. Never giving and withholding depending on our behavior or our success or our failure or our strengths or our weaknesses. Step 5: Record what happened If you are taking some risks and are not being 100% certain in your life, there is the chance that things will not go perfectly. Thanks for sharing that insight here, David.
This is the true gospel, and this is what will ultimately set you free. This is even more the case when the abuser is still in power. That kind of faith and support is so crucial. There are certainly things in life we should tolerate like human differences, the incessant questions from children, clumsy attempts by good-meaning people to offer help, bad fashion and the like. See Things From Their Point Of View The next important step in trying to tolerate stupid people is to try to see the world through their eyes and with their view, not yours. The plain truth is that in order for people to be able to get along in life and to be civilized, it is absolutely necessary to be able to cooperate with other people and be accepting of who and what they are.
Your has more value than one-upping a jerk. Heretics such as the , , , and his followers, the , were persecuted. See the positive qualities in the person. Make those dishing it out explain themselves. They squirm and whine and reshape themselves like playdough pushed into cracks and crevasses. Change the object and the morality of your intolerance changes too.
Most churches we think of today are very compassionate and tolerant places, but this was not always so historically. If they need help with something, offer it. But I must be permitted to observe that it is not the feeling sure of a doctrine be it what it may which I call an assumption of infallibility. Identifying what your problem is with a person may help you realize that your conflict is foolish, which in turn may help you build a positive relationship with the person. The latter work contains the famous parable of the three rings, in which three sons represent the three Abrahamic religions, Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. Most people have been faced with the awkward situation of dealing with someone that likes them a lot more than they like the other person, in situations like these, it's difficult to know just the right way to behave.