how do you feel today?


Psychologists observed and studied that:

If someone is angry over silly, small or petty things, it means he needs love.

If someone cries on little things, he is innocent and soft-hearted.

If someone cannot cry, he is weak.

If a person laughs too much even at silly things, he is lonely deep inside.


ANGER weakens the liver
GRIEF weakens the lungs
WORRY weakens the stomach
STRESS weakens the heart and brain
FEAR weakens the kidney


As Bo Sanchez, a great writer and terrific speaker says it eloquently….

Whenever you feel sad or lonely or depressed or angry or fearful—don’t run away from it, cover it up with busyness or entertainment, or worse, silence the negative feeling with an addiction. (All addictions, whether to drink, food, bulimia, shopping, or sex, is an escape from feelings we don’t want to face.) My prescription: Whenever you feel a negative emotion, be alone in a room and just sit down with it and feel it. Don’t judge it, criticize it, intellectualize it, explain it away. Allow yourself to feel the pain. It’s okay. (Feelings are not sin. Check out the Psalms if you don’t believe me!) Accompany it—breathe into it—and after awhile, you’ll feel the anger or fear or sadness lose it’s urgency and power. Allow God to tenderly embrace you in your pain.

And then, at the right time, you can let go.

Emotions are neutral…. It depends on how we acknowledge and express it…. This allows us to be more human…. It’s not wrong to be lonely or angry or afraid or confused and the list could go on when the situation calls for it…. The way we express them tells whether emotions suffocate or dictate us….
LET’S SAY…. THIS TOO SHALL PASS….. Everything will come to pass….

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s