June 15, 2015•4 min
One of my favorite poems is “Outwitted” by Edward Markham: “He drew a circle that shut me out – heretic, rebel, a thing to flout. But love and I had the wit to win: we drew a circle that took him in.” Feeling unloved, unwanted, or unappreciated is deeply painful. And pain is often expressed in the form of anger, bullying or rage. While our natural inclination is to get as far away from difficult or problematic people as possible, it only reinforces their beliefs and adds to their suffering.
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