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Positive Rage by Serge ‘Mage’ Cote
Sometimes, rage can bring you to achieve your dream.
Use your rage to do it better.
Use your rage to keep going on.
Choose how your rage will influence your life.
Yes, it’s hard.
Yes, sometimes you just can’t do it.
It’s ok to fail. Choose to learn from it.
Do better then next time.
We all have to learn to use our rage to build instead or using it to destroy.
Be a person who is using rage to build.
It’s not about anyone else. It’s all about you.
In our society it’s usually easier to use our rage to destroy. It’s even ok with some people that you use your rage to bring pain around you. Don’t be among those. Be someone who understand that you have the choice to use your rage to build something better.
When you’ll look back, you’ll be proud of those moments. They will be a source of motivation instead of shame.
About Serge ‘Mage’ Cote
Why do I write?
I believe in the butterfly effect.
As small my influence may be on the planet, it is still influence. I want to orient it for the better.
I write my book with the idea of bringing something good into this world.
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”
– Edmund Burke
I want my books to be a good place to be. A place that you visit often and feel good about it.
I want my books to bring good energy so the readers will take action to make this world a better place.
I want my books to guide those who don’t know why they feel so bad about their life.
I want my books to be there after I’ll be gone. I want people to come back to them and use them in a positive way.
“The greatest use of a life is to spend it on something that will outlast it.”
– William James
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The apostle Matthew, in Matthew 21:12, wrote: And Jesus entered the temple and drove out those who were buying and selling in the temple, and overturned the tables of the money changers and the seats of those who were selling doves. And He said to them, “It is written, ‘My house shall be called a house of prayer; but you are making it a robbers’ den.'”
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Reblogged this on Inelegantly Waisted and commented:
I really like this post. Anger can be an incredibly motivating emotion and if we tap into it, it can work as a fantastic driving force behind the actions we undertake to reach our goals.
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