Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley

Taking a Stand

Question: Where is the line between not having an issue with anything and enabling or allowing? I don’t understand where I must “forget myself” and where I must stand up for something.

Answer: One should always try to “forget oneself” whenever one’s feelings about a matter are more centered around oneself — one’s image, opinion or pride — than they are with the event that stirs these sentiments; and one should stand up for what is right whenever the cost of that stance costs one something real, as in one’s image, opinion, or pride.

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