Holding a Grudge

If a person is holding a grudge, it doesn’t change anything. Holding onto anger and hatred only destroys a person’s mind and health. There is just no point in doing it. When a person is consumed with bad feelings they cannot focus on anything positive. Then, it affects their daily lives. Whatever may occur, they will not look at it in a proper perspective. For example, a workmate decides to bring in treats for the entire office. Instead of appreciating the foods, the angry person will look at the food and criticize because there might be something there that they do not like. One of the problems with holding a grudge is that deep down inside the person looks at everything in a critical way. Let’s say they go for a haircut. The haircutter does an outstanding job. Everyone in the shop is complimenting the cut but the angry person cannot even look at themselves and appreciate how nice they look. This type of person has little or no friends. No one wishes to be around them or associate with them. This type of person in the workplace does go out of their way to make everyone’s lives miserable. Anyone holding a grudge needs to learn how to forgive or at least let go. All of us have had difficult events in our lives. Yet, the majority of people learn how to move on and free themselves. Often, even after a person has passed, they need to let go of their animosity. The other person is not returning so you cannot seek revenge, yell at them or chew them out. That is really why it is easier to just let go. In the Good Gus series, no one held a grudge, The books are on their way today to be officially becoming digitized. I am very excited. The Good Gus Series is available online at Kindle, Nook and Waterstones. Hard copies, personally autographed, are available through our website www.goodgusbooks.com along with past blogs for your reading enjoyment