A Course in Miracles provides the sine qua non for the treatment of anger, even if it’s received like a slap in the face: “I am never upset for the reason I think.”
I bear no responsibility for what I cannot change. This excludes my attitude.
We love our enemies when we have no enemies. We have no enemies when judgment stops and the blame game ends, when we extricate ourselves from the habit of making other people wrong.
Men who glibly concede they’re “control freaks” typically have great difficulty controlling themselves.
Blaming. Why? Because it locates a problem precisely where it cannot be solved.