Most frustration stems from lack of control.
You may be angry at the choices others have made.
Try to remember it is their story, not yours.
You might want to be in control of others.
Directing their lives is not your job or obligation. Let it go.
Or you might even feel others have power over you.
No one has any more control over you than you allow them.
Minor annoyances enter all of our lives.
How we handle these irritations is what makes the difference.
Acknowledge what is within your control and accept what is not.
While you can’t control what others say and do,
you have complete power over your own actions and choices.
Be responsible for your decisions. Do the right thing.
Be accountable to yourself…right your wrongs if you can.
In the heat of the moment, instead of reacting just breathe.
Breathing relaxes you. It opens your perspective.
It helps keep you from viewing matters through your own emotions.
It will clear your head and make room in your heart for what needs to take place.
When you learn to let go of what is not within your control, frustration lessons and your heart expands in the process.
It will help you act rather than react which has the power to make or break a relationship.
Ease your mind. Calm your heart.
Just breathe and “be”.
Let peace enter your soul.
Let peace lead the way.