Do You Know How To Win A Fight?

Do you know how to win a fight? Does it even matter who wins the fight? Perhaps it is all a matter of respect.

When considering this question I am confronted with thoughts of the golden rule.

In discussing this section of the book I think it is first important to look at our roles in showing appreciation. If we do not do this we are missing out on following the golden rule.

This golden rule is golden for a reason. No matter what religion that you follow, if any at all, this holds true all the way through.

Why should we expect someone to treat us differently then we treat them?

This, of course, leads me to think about Karma and the fact that I believe that Karma plays into everything.

This principal of cause and effect wherein your actions today will influence what comes back to you tomorrow brings up a fascinating one.

 This principal of cause and effect wherein you actions today will influence what comes back to you tomorrow brings up a fascinating one. For me, I believe in Karma but I cannot say that every action I take is propelled by concern over my future.

 

What I can tell you is that, like Pinocchio, I let my conscious be my guide.


My intention is to have all my actions come from my true inner spirit. I like to turn away from negativity and live my life in positivity.

This is not to say that I am a Pollyanna. I am very, very aware of the realities of life.

The choice to see the good in others is conscious.

I focus on the fact that everyone is operating with the knowledge and ability that they have at the time.

If I do begin to react in a way that is not appropriate to the situation I will stop, take a deep, cleansing breath and then begin again. When all else fails then it is simply time to end the conversation.

How about you?  Do you know how to fight?  How do you refocus if you are not reacting in a way that is appropriate to the situation?

I would love to know. Please share your thoughts by commenting below and if you enjoy reading this I sure would appreicate some social  sharing. 



Author: Dr. Elise Cohen Ho
With over 25 years of experience, Elise Cohen Ho, PhD, HHP, NC, MH is an expert in natural health (mental, physical and emotional), support of the family unit and support of the individual. As a Natural Health & Lifestyle Therapist, Amazon International Bestselling Author and Motivational Speaker, she wants every person to understand that they bring incredible POWER to the world with their amazing and unique gifts. Elise is available as a freelance writer, public speaker and for private consultation. Please email elise@elisecohenho.com to set up a FREE consultation today.

2 Comments

  • I think I know how to act when (in a fight) type of situation. I loved seeing the Pinocchio clip. I’ts been many years. I had two younger siblings and practiced fighting with them.

    Let your conscious be your guide was taught to me by my mother. As a young girl of 5, one of our neighbor’s oldest daughters prompted me to help her steal some birthday candles for the mud pies we were making. My mother found out and asked if I took them. I said no. She marched me right back to the store to give them back and to apologize. So I learned that lying and stealing was very wrong. My conscious never let me do either again.

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