Gurufateh One of my customers, from Liverpool, with a strong accent, I am quite fond of. He specialises in therapy, and is a commited Catholic. We have had many pleasant discussions about religion, the world, life etc. I know he gives his time up free to provide therapy to people, in short, he understands the core principles of Sikhsim, and if I did not know him better, I would think he was a Sikh. I have a very destructive side, which in years gone by, has been allowed to run riot, resulting in various battle scars of life, I lump all these destructive facets into one personality, my wolf, he is sleeping at present, but every now and then, I hear him in my head, sometimes, when this customer comes to see me, I share with him some of the thoughts and desires that manifest inside me, he will listen quietly, and at the end he will always say the same thing, "this thought, this desire, that you feel is taking you over, is dominating you, hows that working for you?" I always end up in peals of laughter, take for example the other day, something happened with regards a laptop I had sold, and this situation has happened several times, so I mentioned I would no longer be offering that service anymore, and complained to him bitterly about people today. As always, he listened, nodded, and then said the magic words, "so hows that working for you?" Well, I said, not very well, its making me feel angry and frustrated, more smiling, more laughing, sometimes we think and do things that are born out of anger, out of frustration, the desire for revenge, for justice, for the score to be evened, an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, but all it does is turn you from a nice person, a special person, into the common denominator, an angry person, and anger, is a hugely destructive emotion. Next time you feel angry, next time you feel undervalued, that no one appreciates the hard work you do, or the time and energy you put into things, and you feel like stopping, like changing, like being like everyone else, a whining, angry, petty individual, just stop, and think, "how is this working for me?" I wager you will come to the same answer that I always do, "not very well................."