I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to access self-pity, thinking and believing that life has given me a rotten deal, meaning not winning all the time, not check-mating others in ways that will be a good deal for me,
Within this I forgive myself for looking at life in terms of deal-making, always looking to get a ‘good deal’ for myself regardless any consequence to others.
I forgive myself for feeling irritated and angered when I see a deal has gone the other way, not my way, within this I forgive myself for moping, whining and go into self-pity that I have gotten a rotten deal.
Within this I see/realize that no one is to blame here, as the mind conscious system, the machine as the mind is always looking to win, to get a good deal, just like myself everyone is looking for a good deal, as it is the machine. I see that it’s not personal wanting to win at any cost.
I commit myself to realize it is not that life has given me a rotten deal, it is the mind as the non-personal system, the machine, looking to win at all cost, in this yes sometimes I am at the losing end.
I commit myself to drop the blame and self-pity and look for ways to find best for all solutions without being a victim or victimizing others. in Equality there is no winning, only sharing in a way that is best for all. When and as I see myself feeling like ‘life has given me a rotten deal’ I stop I breathe, I realize it’s the voice of the machine.
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