Be good-natured. This is a marvelous thing, to be good-natured. Have the intent that you will be good-natured. You would rather be good-natured than difficult, would you not? I know you would.
Good nature rolls with the punches. Good nature shrugs its shoulders and says: “So what if everything isn’t as I wanted it to be? So what if everything isn’t correct by my standards or anyone’s standards? I do not have to let anything interfere with my pleasure. Certainly not the little things in life.
“I, Good Nature, am the natural nature. Everyone is to have me. Everyone is to reveal me.”
Fussiness, on the other hand, says: “Everything must be in its place. In the place I say.”
Fussiness likes to jump on any infraction of its many rules. Sometimes fussiness doesn’t even know its own rules until it sees them broken. Sometimes fussiness gives no…
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