QUOTE & OBSERVATION: “To be wronged is nothing unless you continue to remember it.” – Confucius

Why is it so many of us seem to treasure our grudges? We cling to feelings of resentment and remind ourselves of the injury we suffered, playing a tape of our injury over and over our mind as if reviving the hurt will somehow cause us to feel better or punish the person who caused it. Grudges are like festering infections that need to be eliminated, not nurtured. – Michael Josephson

Michael Josephson turns 71 on December 10th. Please send him your personal greetings at Michaeljosephson@jiethics.org and make a tax-deductible donation to the Josephson Institute in gratitude for his work at http://goo.gl/uUAix

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