A couple days ago I posted a blog about my neighbor.

The conversation I had with my neighbor started off ok, then turned negative, then full of fear. I primally reacted and bolted down the street.

Yesterday I saw her at our childrens’ school, while sitting in my car. My first reaction was anxiety, but I took a deep breath and gave her a smile and a hello.

She came right up to the car and apologized about the prior conversation. “I’m sorry Leigh. I think I scared you.”

“Yes you did. I tend to react to fear and negativity and that was too much.” I responded.

She said she knows she overreacted, that she knows she’s too protective, she watches too many shows like “America’s Most Wanted,” and she’s sorry she caused me any distress.

As she left I breathed a sigh of relief. I don’t like confrontations, but I know how important it is to be open, to solve issues, to get past incidents.

We’re past it. It is now up to me to let it go completely, so that it doesn’t color our next conversation.

After all, we’re really all one. Energy swirls around us and interacts, affecting each of us, for good or for bad. It is up to every one of us to build the positive, let go of the negative.

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1 Comment

  • Lana McMurray Posted April 26, 2010 4:53 pm

    That is so honest.Isn't it amazing how our perception filters how we feel and respond? I totally agree with you about it being our responsibility to manage our energy and spiritual laws being completely unbiased.

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