Beautiful. You don't want to again see the same movie you don't like. Same way, don't keep bitter memories in your heart and keep thinking about it again and again.
That's a simple way of explaining this complicated ritual of letting go off bitter memories...Thanks SG :)
ah yes, a hurt heart haiku! nice interpretation of prompt
Thanks Judith :)
yes, bitterness always hurts
always need to fallow certain things.
Thanks Rajesh :)
Yes, some things are best not stored. Nice haiku.
Bitterness serves no purpose.
Very true...Thanks :)
Yes ... no use keeping them inside us.
Yes, do away with bitter memories and fill the vacuum with better thoughts..
Cheers Rudra !
Yes. It's good to let things like that go. You only hurt yourself with them.PS: Sorry. Wordpress will not post a comment on blogger, so I've opened a blogger account to leave comments. Here is the link to my wordpress post:https://alicekeysmd.wordpress.com/2014/11/23/one-buddhist-thought/
Thanks Alice... :)PS: You know, many times I have found it impossible to post a comment on Wordpress too. I think now I know the reason.
I complained on a wordpress forum this week about my comments not working. At first, I was told to do a lot of things that didn't help. The, many others joined in. Wordpress says they fixed this posting problem. Perhaps this will post. And, yes. I've released the bitterness from my heart, like your haiku suggests. Either way, I have something that will work now. :-)
YAY! My comment worked! ((HUGS))
Wow! That was really quick...I am glad that you can comment easily now... (Expecting lots from you :P)
Better get rid of them! Good one.
Thanks madam :)
Let them go..and see they are going.. look at them vanishing in the blue skies.. can you see.. no more they are gone.. Satya..We are on the same page.. but perhaps a little differently.. http://rameshsood.blogspot.in/2014/11/a-delayed-winter.htmlRS
I read your comments and felt peaceful... It had a soothing effect on me...Thanks sir :)
Such positive and sound advice!
Thanks Magaly :)
This is something I aspire to. And yet, it's challenging for me. I appreciate your adressing this in such a succint, well done, way.
Thanks a lot Rabbi :)