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Observing the season of the holidays with a misanthrope is like sitting with the anti-Christmas at the dinner table. You know the one, “Bah humbug” oozing all around them just waiting to pounce their vile and repugnant ideals onto those reveling in the spirit of the season.
Mr. Grinch will try to steal your happiness, your goodness, and try to worm his way into all the joyful areas of your being and spoil them, getting a sick satisfaction from your surprised defeat.
His spiritual emptiness is found all around him, green with envy wearing red with anger reflecting from his eyes.
No matter what your faith, belief system, or non-belief, we can’t deny that the misanthropes are surrounding us, spilling negativity everywhere. We must have a way to counter the evilness and replace it with goodness and light in order to find true spiritual harmony in our world.
Just as little Cindy Lou Who transformed the nasty Mr. Grinch with her innocence and spirit of love, learn how we all can unite in that spirit of love and transform the Grinches all around us.
In the end, it’s the CindyLou Whos of the world, with their bright spirits and kind hearts, who win out over darkness and Grinchyness.
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I had recently asked someone who admires the grinch- what is it about the grinch that you like? the response was that he grows this big heart at the end of the story…so in other words the grinch feels bad so he try’s to make up and gives back what he stole??? How does that make up for the pain and fear he created in those affected by his selfish and non empathetic thinking. Those who are victims of this toxic thinking are hurt, lose trust and that pain, fear, anxiety, grief and loss doesn’t just go away. The psychological effects can last forever without education, therapy and recovery work. I love this blog and will be passing it along. Thank you