Best Behaviour


Following on from the theme of yesterday’s post, I’m being told that we must try to be on our best behaviour at all times, regardless of the frustration or annoyance experienced as a result of the words or actions of another, so that the guilt and regret that come from knowing you have wronged or hurt someone through anger or revenge will not cast a shadow over your present or future.

© Meliza Smith and thenewsageblog, 2013

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