Courtesy of SoulFullHeart Way Of Life
“These violent delights have violent ends
And in their triumph die”
– Romeo and Juliet, ActII, Scene VI
Our suffering so often comes from violent choices.
Violence is chosen when parts of us decide to bury themselves, to bury their pain, covering it up, numbing it out, putting makeup on it, pretending it either doesn’t exist, or in some cases hiding it in plain sight through sabotage of this relationship or that job or through self-harm in the form of addiction of any kind.
Violence is chosen when parts of us decide to see the world as personally oppressive, racking up reason after reason, building a case for their victimhood, making it inevitable that an intense push-away always becomes necessary and the world feels like ‘us’ against…
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