The Gift of Anger

Sometimes I get angry when certain people reach out to me for things which are on their agenda, depending on what’s happening in my life / agenda at that particular moment.

Except, they are right.

They’re not intentionally trying to annoy me, nor could or should they be expected to know ‘what’s a good time for me’.

In fact, the notion of ‘a good time for me’ is quite selfish. It needs to be shed.

It’s not about me. It’s about us.

All relationships are a gift, and it is possible to treat them as such, while setting clear expectations.

The gift that anger brings to the equation is the signal for us to look inside, and conquer what it really is that’s bothersome.

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