Irrelevant

It all matters. Every word, every action. Both within our nuclear families and our wider family in the world.

Habits are learned and practised, they become ingrained. How we live, behave and interact.

What is irrelevant is our frustration with our fellow man. It’s not worth the loss of energy. Unless we can make an impact and affect a change, then our thoughts are pointless.

But it’s easier said than done, to ignore your frustrations. Being present and calm within yourself, that’s the constant struggle.

© Neil Hayes and neilsworldofenglish

via Daily Prompt: Irrelevant

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