It seems like you don’t have to go very far, especially these days, to run into a rude individual. It may have happened when you least expected it, and left you absolutely baffled as to why you were the one caught in their cross-hairs. These smilingly small encounters with the rude kind can result in positive and negative outcomes that can alter our destiny, and in more severe cases, even change our identity. The truth is that we can only work with what we have provided in our mental toolbox to overcome an obstacle such as this. If there is an instruction manual on how to fix a vehicle, then shouldn’t we have a manual on how to fix your life?
Everybody can be rude at times, and some more than others. This is due to such factors as parenting style, birth order, coping traits, and roles of the individual. Often times it can be an unconscious response such as someone having a bad day at work, and should not be taken harshly. Then there are those who deliberately try to rob us of our happiness, no matter the circumstances. There are people right now on this planet who just don’t like you based solely on your personality traits; crazy right? Whatever the situation might be, just remember that people are acting out what is going on in their own mind from a past script, and is not worth giving too much attention to.
We have trouble giving substance to what it is that we are experiencing, and often take things personally when situations with rude people arise. It’s difficult to experience because we have not painted positive pictures in our mind. So how do we do that? It’s simple, just interact with the invisible world. You wont be disappointed, as this invisible world wants you to bring about the greatest possibility of who you were meant to become. This intangible world has been interacting with you your entire life, and wants more than anything for you to interact with it. This is where truth and happiness are present, and where obstacles are overcome as quickly as they appeared.
These rude people in life have a message for us to discover underneath their rude exterior, and this exists to evolve us to the greatest person we can be. We will continue to run into rude people every now and then in our lives, but that does not mean that we have to fear them. When we change our perspective, we change our attitude, and then we change our lives. All it takes is the opening of the door, the turning of a key to make these realizations become an agreement of your reality.