(If you have something against someone else) “first go away and make peace with that person. Then come back and offer your gift (at the altar).” (Matthew 5:24)
Being angry takes a lot of energy!
I guess today is about trying to see what worth there is in anger and ‘getting it’ from the others point of view.
When I’m angry with someone else, I like to think that I have a reason.
Often I think…’…if the person just acknowleged it and apologised, it would be alright…’
I certainly wouldn’t think I’ve made some kind of mistake and view the person less favourably.
But when someone is angry with me, an apology is the last thing I think of doing, and I get afraid because I feel that I’ve let them down and they don’t want to work with me anymore!
Letting go of anger has something to do with confidence then, and a right view of the world.
What am I angry about? Why?
Still, just don’t tell me that I should make friends with someone who I’m angry with!
My case is on the 6th. I’ll let my lawyer deal with it.