Arrow Of Anger (6 IMAGES)

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  1. Hi Amy 🙂 Beautiful photos and poem and impressive water photo!! ❤ You must have been really still for the water photo. 🙂 Knowing where anger comes from does lead to compassion. It can be hard to process incoming anger when it comes out of the blue or even if you know it might be coming. I had something like that happen last year this time and it took a long spell to get my balance back. It is interesting how these things seem to happen during the times of the year when it is harder to go outside and find healing in nature. Those who love you and know you know that you've been through a hard time and I think they have understood whatever anger came out from you at that time was due to your pain. I find it is true that once it is realized that we don't have to live in a state of pain or anger, we don't want to. We crawl out of it like you have been doing one day at a time. In my experience, those stuck in anger or pain don't seem to realize they have a way out. They have put up a barrier even to the Knowing of it. Bless those who curse me is one of the things I do along with practicing kindness whether it is something as relatively small as an irritated driver or big as a family member. This seems to take the edge off of it. I don't necessarily say it out loud. I am keeping you and your cats in my prayers. ❤ I was wondering how little Echo is doing. Love and blessings for you. ❤ ❤ ❤

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  2. This is so true Amy, we hurt ourselves with anger, though we all feel anger at times, we are only human. To hold on to it and not let go is destructive to us. Your photographs are outstanding, the abstract is awesome, I would hang that on my biggest wall…gorgeous! ❤

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  3. A lot of wisdom comes with these beautiful Fall photos, Amy. Congrats for both. And forgive yourself for the lapse in your compassion…you reacted in a way that is so easy to understand. Pain does alter us at the very core. Glad you can see it all in perspective. Hugs to you.

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    1. Van, I really have forgiven myself. I spoke about this episode in my life to show everyone that I too am human. Unfortunately there are others who have not forgiven me, for in certain circle one is not allowed to show these types of emotions because according to them the emotions always must always be held under strictest control. So sorry but I do not allow that kind of control in my life and I am very honest with how I do feel. For I know that by stuffing emotions illness will manifest in some way. And I am not about to go down that road, thank you! Bless you from the bottom of my heart for your encouragement and you’re open Embrace of accepting me for who I am. That is a gift beyond all others. Much love to you this day. 💖💕💖

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  4. A beautiful post Amy.. and we go through these phases as the waves of the layers we have hung onto come to the surface to be released. I often find emotions mirrored back . learning to let go of anger and see it only goes out to come back to us is a lesson we learn.. Seeing how we can grow from these experiences is teaching us compassion and tolerance.
    A wonderful perspective Amy and your photos are stunning xxx ❤

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  5. I am touched with the beauty of your work yet again, and the beauty of our humanness that you so honestly share. This is my experience – As I create more and more of a space of true joy for myself, it can stir anger in others – it is them facing their inability to live their truth. I only hope that I keep having the love and compassion in me to sustain it. When I feel hurt, it is an indication that I need to be kind to myself first and then seek the ability to extend with others.

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  6. Your trail walks are still really glowing with the Autumn colors Amy. Beautifully done my friend ❤
    And anger has much purpose, if you can't feel it you will not 'see' what it is built from, and begin the healing from its truth.
    All sides of our emotions have a purpose, they guide us ever inward to that self love we deny ourselves from those fears we hold within. Those walls we build from our childhood hurts need those emotions to finally knock them back down, and allow our hearts the freedom that they were designed for, the 'unconditional love' we deny ourselves ❤
    You are healing my friend, even though the bumps have taken you on some serious rides and it has taken that to knock down those walls, your view is becoming more beautiful as each day passes. I can see it in your photo's ❤

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  7. Hang in there, Amy. Anger is always hard to deal with logically and dispassionately. But we are better off if we can process it all the way that suits us. You know. I know you know. Good luck.

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  8. Beautiful pictures still!

    Anger some time can disguise underneath other feelings or emotions. Anything that happens that does not go our ways can cause anger to build inside without us noticing it or called it as anger. It then can build up into a big real anger.. But you have wisdom finding compassion in yourself to over come the negative feelings!

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