Bliss: (n) perfect happiness; great joy.
I have never bought into the lie–this mistruth being that human beings have no control over themselves, their emotions, and therefore, most of the time, their actions.
Playing the victim is an immediate convenience which imprisons us in a lifetime of scrutiny.
Not for me.
- I can control my selfishness. When I do, I have a sense of bliss.
- I can control my temper. Once again, bliss.
- I can control my erroneous training, which instructed me in the pride of prejudice. Blissful.
- I can control my hypocrisy by refusing to deny my weaknesses. The arrival of bliss.
Bliss is when we take responsibility for our lives and therefore, can rejoice over our growth and escape the shame of our guilt.
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