TheDhamma wrote:Pay no attention to him, ignore him; some people are just plain incorrigible. In those cases it is best to avoid them, but it sounds like you might be living with your mother and this 'man'?
If so, when do you think you would be able to go to a different place, on your own? I know there are obvious economic and school reasons that you may not be able to do so yet, but maybe you could see that as a goal to look forward to?
TheDhamma wrote:The Five ways for getting rid of a grudge:
1. Cultivate loving-kindness toward the person.
2. Cultivate compassion toward the person.
3. Cultivate equanimity toward the person.
4. Or one could just pay no attention to him and give no thought to him.
5. Or one may remember that whatever he does, good or bad, he will be the heir to that.
(Anguttara Nikaya, book of fives)
Stefan wrote:I'd like to know how thoughts of hatred can be made to subside.
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