Your emotions, often viewed as the bane of existence, can be many things. Take, for example, what Rilke wrote about sadness:
“Almost all our sadnesses are moments of tension that we find paralyzing because we no longer hear our surprised feelings living…we stand in the middle of a transition where we cannot remain standing.”
What if instead of fighting or ignoring the emotion, we invite it? We ask it what it wants? In doing so, we may be surprised to learn that we not only have more control over ourselves, but can endure more of what we fear.
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