Let’s talk about grudges, and the uselessness of holding on to them – in the wrong way. If somebody does you wrong, it’s going to make you angry, or disappointed. Those are two of the knee-jerk reactions you’re going to have, and you can’t really do too much about it. It’s going to happen. It’s what happens next that matters the most. You can hold on to that anger, and disappointment and let it fester inside of you. And it will fester, and it will be festering in you. It’s not going to do diddly to the person that you’re angry with. They’ll just go merrily on their way while the hate and anger eat you up from the inside. We all already know that is what is known as “NOT GOOD!”
Now imagine taking that anger and disappointment and letting go of it. Like I said in the title of the post, channel your inner Elsa and just let it go. Take the initial feelings of anger, rage, disappointment, whatever and acknowledge them. They are real, they exist and to ignore them would be silly. So acknowledge them, yeah, and even put them to work for you. Use them to move away from the disappointment. Take that energy to move forward and show the world you’re the bigger, better person.