Despite everything that God says in Heavenletters™ and in my personal Godwriting™, time and time again, I find myself getting riled up about little things, mostly about nothing worth being bothered over, really about nothing at all. Spam, for instance.
I do know better.
Whereas there are particular spams that do not bother me -- the ones about watches and such -- yet lately every time a spam comes from Craig's List, I find myself irate at Craig's List. What is there about Craig's List that gets me off balance? What do I care about one more delete? Yet there I am, feeling emotional about Craig's List spam. I don't just delete. I bang the delete key and find myself muttering, "Get out of here, and don't come back, etc."
It appears that I can be calm when I break my shoulder, just take it in my stride, yet when it comes to some little thing like spam, I seem to have to overreact. What is this? Am I the only one who is so ridiculous as to let spam ruin my peacefulness?
When I Godwrite, annoyances simply disappear. They don't exist -- at least until the next time. The cure seems to be to turn my attention to God, and whatever is bothering me melts away. I think I had better Godwrite more often.
And read and reread Heavenletters more often:
"What did Christ and the other Great Ones do but place their hearts with Mine? What did they give up but triviality and lesser consciousness?... They simply put aside pettiness, and that's how they became great."
Heavenletter #2950 http://www.heavenletters.org/the-great-ones-still-live.html