We might hold on to a grudge, be ill tempered, or feel dishonored from occurrences in the past? These emotional reactions along with many others are very real and in many instances become liabilities and anxieties. We may feel like they have been reconciled, yet they are in the background pushing through when we lack self control. When these emotions push to the surface, we have a chance to confront them head on.
Our liabilities can stay with us and burrow into the deepest part of our mind. If we do not confront them, we are in danger of being adversely affected by their harsh reality. We know that faith is belief in the unseen. There are times when we cannot see our liabilities, yet we know they are present. Our faith inspires us to ask for our shortcomings to be revealed and destroyed in a manner which cleanses, clears, and resets our body, mind, and spirit. If we do not manage and destroy our emotional liabilities, we will certainly struggle to exist as a highly functional being.
Spiritual responsibility is crucial to our overall well being and specifically to manage the nuances which causes us emotional duress. Our spirituality is personal, yet we can be open to friends who are in harmony with our faith. They can convey unbiased feedback about how we portray ourself in situations of stress and as well as situations of confidence. We must have faith that answers will come to provide direction, and to remove our emotional struggles which cling to us.
Our spirituality and faith are greater than anything which backs into the voids of our consciousness and causes us anxiety. We can overcome anything we set our mind to. Our liabilities rob us of the opportunity to keep positive energy moving toward our fulfillment of happiness in life. If we dedicate time to understand why we are embracing our liabilities and anxieties, we can persevere to overcome their emotional trigger points.
There is much to be said about being positive, and never surrendering to the emotional liabilities which casts a cloud over us. We desperately need to raise our existence to a level that brings out the best we have to offer. It is an easy commitment to suggest, but it is one which requires hard work to overcome. Are we up to the challenge?