This is a very thought-provoking story. We all have two wolves inside our head; we have the loving, kind spirited and joyful side to us as well as the negative, anger driven, and grumpy side of us. Who we want to portray is up to us! 🤔
The story was great and I understood it all. but couldn't help but wonder something. How are we supposed to not feed our wolf? Recognizing that we have that bad wolf is one thing but finding a way to not feed it is something else. All we can do is try.
We all have the two wolves , but have to choose which to be. Certain situations each wolf will come out.
Loved the ending, I’m not going to feed the anger, or the hatred. I’m going to feed the love, and the joy.
The Battle Within
I loved this story. It is so true how we all have these two versions of ourselves fighting each other in our minds. Which one do you allow to grow? The dark one? Or the light? We all have a choice everyday. It’s a battle between you and you.
I learned that I need to feed my good wolf often. Reject and starve negative thoughts on a daily basis. This is a daily struggle going on right now in my life but I will stay strong.
Feed the positive wolf, starve the negative wolf
I learned that I need to feed my positive wolf. Also that everyone has this problem and I’m not alone. Love this one!
😇 vs 👿
All of us battle two sides of us from within...the good and the bad. The good side is filled with love, joy, kindness, and compassion. The bad side is filled with negative emotions such as anger and hatred. We have the power to choose which side we feed to become stronger. As we continue to feed the good side, the bad side continues to get weaker and loose power over us. Loved this short story!
This lesson applies to me very personally. My "two wolves" are very present in my life and I am always trying to figure out what to do.
I’ve heard it before and read the story about the two dogs that is exactly this - Positive Dog. It’s so true I’ve shared it with my family. It was great to get a reminder!
Which one will win? The one you feed. This is an excellent story about the conflicting thoughts and emotions we all have running through our brain. Do we feed the dark wolf, the one with the anger, hatred, violence and grumpiness or do we feed the bright wolf , The one with compassion, gratitude, joy and love? I say feed the bright wolf…