Emotions hurt.

Via on Jun 19, 2012

Emotions hurt.

 

That is what they are suppose to do.

 

They are suppose to move you.

 

You come across all types of wonderful feelings in this life.

 

Some of them hurt.

 

They hurt bad.

 

Anyone who has ever come across a goal or romantic relationship that has failed knows this.

 

You fall hard.

 

It hurts.

 

A good musician separates you from this feeling. So does an artist. So does a poet. So does a great quote.

 

If you come to terms with this feeling

 

The only enemy you will ever have to face, is the one inside you.

 

This is not easy.

 

It’s hard.

 

It’s really hard.

 

It hurts.

 

Any individual who has ever made a wonderful piece of music, art, or anything else worth doing

 

Has been hurt.

 

They’ve been hurt hard.

 

So do what makes you come alive.

 

It may hurt.

 

But do it anyways.

 

Editor: Lynn Hasselberger

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About Robert Piper

Robert Piper is a speaker, writer, specialist in Eastern meditation systems, and an advocate for a happier society. His new book is called Meditation Muscle: America's New Workout for the Mind to Increase Happiness, Build Resiliency, and Excel Under Pressure. You can find him at his website robertpiper.org on Facebook and Twitter.

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8 Responses to “Emotions hurt.”

  1. This is beautiful, Robert. Thanks for sharing it.

  2. Tatum Bacchi tatumann says:

    I've just read this three times. I think I'm trying to memorize it. Simply amazing. Thank you.

  3. Mamaste says:

    Just intro'd on FB to: I'm Not Spiritual, Culture, Enlightened, Family, Health & Wellness and Work.
    ~Mamaste

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