Drop Box

Dropbox, a collective of anything which gets accumulated and gets stored but is it all about material and stuff.

Big No…

People treat you like Dropbox. We come across people who just vent there emotional frustration, anger on others. Of course, they also drop the happiness and joy.

To drop any emotion we find only one box who is the closet for us. We take that box granted.

We should question our self. How do I control my emotions? How do I stop getting angry so often, or how do I stop being sad? And I think there’s a really important distinction to understand is that you can’t completely control your emotions. What you control is your reaction to your own emotions. And a lot of people don’t ever make that separation for what goes on with them and they just drop it to box.

Yes, we agree, we should never apologize for being sensitive or emotional and finding your dropbox to express. It’s a sign that you have a big heart and that you aren’t afraid to let others see it. Showing your emotions is a sign of strength.

Suggestion treating people like a box. Buy boxing bag. That’s the most beautiful thing that I like about boxing: you can take a punch. The biggest thing about taking a punch is your ego reacts and there’s no better spiritual lesson than trying to not pay attention to your ego reaction. That’s what takes people out of the fight half the time.

You have to adopt a mindset that says, ‘Okay, in three months, I’ll need to know all this stuff, and then in six months there’s going to be a whole other set of things to know — again in a year, in five years. The tools will change, the knowledge will change, the worries will change. Then you don’t need a drop box ever.

Set your mind to be your own Dropbox.

Thank You for reading.

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