Release the hot coals of anger
In my brain so much is swirling, but I have to go soon.
Swirling, twirling in my brain
So many thoughts, I wonder if I’m sane
I won’t hold on to anger
I’ll process then push it out of my way
Only the good thoughts will same
Happiness will remain and prevail
And I will unveil
The new me
Thinner from the workouts and spinach salads but also happier from the exercise
(Adding exercise and healthier food is a win!)
Happier from times with loved ones
As I recognize Buddha was right.
So think twice
Be aware of the poisonous burn of anger.
Release the hot coals
Soothe your soul
“Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.” -Buddha
After I worked out, my brain felt so alive and awake I was filled with this delicious ambition to write. So here we are. My followers and anyone else who is out there! Hi! It’s Maria. After this morning, I really considered my anger and anger in general, Really what is it good for anyway?
What is anger good for? Besides when I watch Trump at the gym, anger isn’t good for much. Joking, watching Trump isn’t a reason to anger, it’s a reason to act – you can channel that anger into positive actions to better our world and yourself. Better yourself, don’t let what angered you wreck your day!