Mantra for the offended “I am such an important turkey”.
Do you know about the important turkey from Osho?
On the subject of being sooo IMPORTANT. It’s also about egocentrism and infantilism – immaturity.
“I am such an important turkey that I cannot allow anyone to act according to their nature if I do not like it.
I am such an important turkey that if someone said or did not do what I expected, I will punish him with my insult.
Oh, let him see how important it is – my offense, let him receive it as punishment for his “offense”. I’m a very, very important turkey!
I don’t value my life. I do not value my life so much that I do not mind wasting her precious time on offense.
I will give up a minute of joy, a minute of happiness, a minute of playfulness, I would rather give this minute to my insult.
And I don’t care that these frequent minutes will add up to hours, hours – into days, days – into weeks, weeks – into months, and months – into years.
I am not sorry to spend years of my life in resentment – because I do not value my life.
I do not know how to look at myself from the outside. I am very vulnerable.
I am very vulnerable.
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I am so vulnerable that I have to protect my territory and respond with resentment to everyone who touches it. I’ll hang a sign on my forehead “Caution, angry dog” and just let someone try not to notice it! I will surround my vulnerability with high walls, and I do not care that through them you cannot see what is happening outside – but my vulnerability will be safe.
I’m blowing an elephant out of a fly.
I will take this half-dead fly of someone else’s blooper, I will react to it with my resentment. I will not write in my diary how beautiful the world is, I will write – how meanly they treated me. I will not tell my friends how much I love them, I will devote half an evening to how much they offended me. I will have to pour so much of my own and others’ forces into the fly so that it becomes an elephant. After all, it is easy to dismiss a fly or even not notice, but an elephant is not. So I inflate the flies to the size of elephants.
I am a beggar.
I am so poor that I cannot find a drop of generosity in myself – to forgive, a drop of self-irony – to laugh, a drop of generosity – so as not to notice, a drop of wisdom – so as not to get caught, a drop of love – to accept. I simply do not have these drops, because I am very, very limited and poor. ”
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