Look for My happiness, beloveds. This will keep you out of traps you set for yourself. You know by now that you don’t much succeed in changing or improving anyone else directly. Your intentions may be all good, and, yes, it is good to follow your intention to make life better for someone else, yet you may have to do this by biting your tongue.
You may think: “Oh, no, I am not supposed to inhibit myself. If I am annoyed, aren’t I supposed to be honest and forthright and not to deny my self-expression?”
Come from a higher intention than relief from your own impatience. Honesty is not an excuse for expressing irritation. Come from your Higher Self. You have a Higher Self.
It doesn’t work – your constant attempt to improve someone else. Pointing out someone’s faults hasn’t…
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