Shut down ego, and keep love in your heart

Posted on May 31, 2018 |
Shut down ego, and keep love in your heart

“People who fly into a rage always make a bad landing.”

~ Will Rogers

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  1. Chris
    May 31, 2018

    Evan, you and Will Rogers pointed out just the right reminder to me at just the perfect time! 🙂 (I have been struggling with both my patience AND what then erupts into a bad temper…)
    So, this nails it! Thank you! (both!)

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  2. Uta, Germany
    May 31, 2018

    Yes, it is a loving reminder to stay calm, also in difficult situations. Thank you Evan!!
    In former times as a CS nurse I have been in similar experiences as Chris mentions. And afterwords I was always deeply unhappy.

    Today through more praying and loving, my experiences are much more harmonious and healthy. But I think we must continously watch and pray in order to reflect the healing qualities of our dear Father-Mother God more constantly – working on it 🙂

    What a very refreshing and lovely picture – we actually are already in heaven and loving!

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  3. DB
    May 31, 2018

    Great reminder!

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  4. Nadine
    May 31, 2018

    I was thinking this morning as I am waking up, lying in bed, to start the day right and pray with whatever comes into my head. It was something I used to do, waking up and going to bed. Beginning rightly does help with the challenges of the day.

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  5. Daphne
    May 31, 2018

    For years I seemed to be the recipient of someone who flew into rages. Sometimes it was quite frightening. Other times I wanted to react which wasn’t a wise thing to do. I was counseled, “A gentle answer turneth away wrath” from the Bible. It made a huge difference in my thinking and in the situation. I felt strength from God, and it helped me to see that I was not a “victim.”

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  6. Lori Marquart
    May 31, 2018

    Although not a very scientific solution, I’d just walk away or leave the house depending upon the circumstances. I just refused to enter into an argument. I didn’t even want to observe one. I’ve gotten off a bus when another passenger was arguing with the bus driver. That was years ago.

    Now I’m also praying to love more after making my departure.

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  7. Chatura Chattaram
    June 1, 2018

    PERFECT! CERTAINLY HAVE EXPERIENCED SOME BAD LANDINGS! BUT NOW THROUGH THE STUDY OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE, I AM SO GRATEFUL FOR ALL THE SOFT LANDINGS.
    THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR REMINDING ME TO CONTINUE GENTLY!

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  8. Rhhonda
    June 4, 2018

    I’m reminded of a beloved hymn from the Christian Science Hymnal #315

    “Speak gently, it is better far
    To rule by love than fear;
    Speak gently, let no harsh word mar
    The good we may do here.

    Speak gently to the erring ones,
    They must have toiled in vain;
    Perchance unkindness made them so;
    O win the them back again.

    Speak gently, ’tis a little thing,
    Dropped in the heart’s deep well;
    The good, the joy that it may bring,
    Eternity shall tell.”

    So calming, so comforting, so full of love…

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  9. CB
    June 5, 2018

    As a teacher, I use the above hymn, “speak gently” often. There is so much more power in a gentle response. It is far more effective than a harsh or angry response which is usually tuned out and causes walls to be put up.

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