I hear you. Sometimes the person on the other end is so difficult, their behavior or their crimes so heinous, that it’s hard to even think of them without feeling crappy and to genuinely find it within us to say “I wish you Happiness” without choking on the words seems just about impossible.
The thing is – because of the ways that we feel our connection to each other – OUR Happiness depends on it, OUR power to change the things we care most about depends on it and OUR ability to create something better and to enjoy that journey UTTERLY depends on it.
And who knows, the ripple effect could be even bigger than that.
Can you start by WISHING that you could wish them Happiness?
Noticing your outward breath
This photo of her gorgeous George is by Roz Russell. She fosters greyhounds and gets them ready for their new homes after racing. Re-homing, not rescue is her mantra. Retired greyhounds make such wonderful couch potato companions. The link to the info about the free live events if you need one, is under the photo below.