Animosity - Loose Bloggers Consortium (LBC)

This is my weekly post with the Loose Bloggers Consortium (LBC) including Rummuser, Anu, Ashkok, Gaelikka, Grannymar, Conrad, Padmum, Anki, Will Knott, Maria The Silver Fox, Noor, Paul, Plain Joe, Rohit and myself, where we have a Weekly topic to discuss. This Friday's topic is Animosity. Please take the time to view the other bloggers' points of views about it as well :-)

Your heart is sick, it needs to be healed somehow, perhaps by curing your soul. Just don't let go.
I remember Moez Massoud's episode about envy and animosity (A Muslims activist and preacher who holds a program called Revolution on the self), the way he described animosity and how we generally degrade the greatness of the trait made me feel bitter; like we're actually degrading everything bad we're doing, maybe even on a daily basis.
I don't know how bad is that within me, but to be brutally honest, I do know it exists, and it can creep up inside any one of us and consumes their soul. Some things are hard to control, and that's why fighting the self is one of the hardest things in life.
You know that the simplest thing to do to make others despise you is to be a failure fighter against your own self, you will procrastinate fixing anything within you and enjoy watching life goes by, and only earn more enemies than friends.
Without further ado, because I didn't think I can actually blog about this, I wish we'd understand the self more in order to understand each other better.

4 comments:

Rummuser | August 20, 2011 at 3:08 PM

What stops you from making the attempt to try and understand? Start. A journey of a thousand miles starts with the first step. Seek advise from the learned.

Knee | August 23, 2011 at 10:09 PM

I do try :)

Grannymar | August 24, 2011 at 2:26 PM

I agree with Ramana's comment. I will add that there is no better person to seek advice from, than the man himself.

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blackwatertown | August 27, 2011 at 7:07 PM

It certainly can be easier to be an expert on other people romance, career progression, etc - rather than get your own backside in gear and sort yourself out.

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