Something happens to us that causes upset. We stew and sulk and can’t help but tell people about it. With each re-telling of the happening, we slightly alter it, either as our memory adjusts to each new version, or to gain a better or different reaction from the person we are speaking with. Ultimately we are altering our perception of history, and it gets further from the truth and foggier with each story. Proving that nothing in our really is set in stone, but it’s a construct of our memory.
Additionally, by focussing our attention on something distasteful, or plain awful, we are actually worshipping it. We are choosing to place all our energy and attention on it. It is in our minds, hearts and words, and therefore we are becoming it with each passing minute we devote to it. We must focus on letting go to the thing we are holding onto, a past event, some friction, a person and their actions that upset us, and talking about it, thinking about it, analysing it, as devoting our consciousness to something is worship, and event hatred can be worship.