Its will weight you down and slower your journey..
Unfinished business may be refer to:
~ A lie,a pretending life you endure,the truth is you are the only one carry.
~ A secret your unable to tell or speak-afraid of the consequences once its blow out
~ The tragedy in your past that consume your future
~ Feeling of useless person
~ An anger,beeen bethrayed or a grudge dwell within you for something or someone (a monster that eat your soul)
"Dementors are among the foulest creatures that walk this earth. They infest the darkest, filthiest places, they glory in decay and despair, they drain peace, hope, and happiness out of the air around them... Get too near a Dementor and every good feeling, every happy memory will be sucked out of you. If it can, the Dementor will feed on you long enough to reduce you to something like itself...soulless and evil. You will be left with nothing but the worst experiences of your life."
A dementor is a Dark creature, considered one of the foulest to inhabit the world. Dementors feed off human happiness, and thus cause depression and despair to anyone near them. They can also consume a person's soul, leaving their victims in a permanent vegetative state, and thus are often referred to as "soul-sucking fiends" and are known to leave a person as an "empty-shell.
Dementors hold no true loyalty, except to whomever can provide them with the most people to feed off. They cannot be destroyed, though their numbers can be limited if the conditions in which they multiply are reduced, implying that they do die off eventually.
Why did I post an entry of the issue?
I believe within us there's always been an unfinished business,the thing we don't like to hear,don't want to see and pretending everything is done.
I carry it for many years,and felt sick of it.But I cannnot bear of the consequences,so its remains within me.The impact too greater and its eventually became my only reason I carry it along my journey.
The only way out will need a tremendous of courage and eternally speak the truth.
Benda-benda mcm ni la dlm hidup kita yang akan sentiasa menghantui,yang sentiasa pastikan kita tiada kedamaian dihati..ketawa tapi ada bebanan.Gembira tapi ada batasan..malah ia sentiasa ada,mengingatkan kita akan kewujudannya.
Ia selalu membuat diri kita tak pernah berhenti berfikir,mampu meletihkan minda dan jiwa..ia akan datang dan hilang tapi ianya tak pernah mati.
Ia seolah olah memakan sebahagian keheningan jiwa,sedikit demi sedikit dan akhirnya ia akan menguasai bila diri dah tak berdaya lagi..seumpama lagu 'aku dan sesuatu' dendangan XPDC..ia bisa hingga punah ranah dan mati seorang insan itu.
Aku dan sesuatu...(jiwang karat sikit ptg ni...)
Hendak ku buang terasa sayang
Hendak ku minum engkau beracun
Kau bisa hingga punah-ranah
Dan mati akan diriku
Kau kebumikanlah aku di sini
Are Your Emotions Running You?
Take quiz @Oprah.com..
Your emotional response style is..
People with this style understand their feelings but can't get over them. They tend to dwell on past events—say, the end of a relationship or some injustice once suffered at work—and believe that whatever emotion they are suffering will last forever.
The solution lies in addressing the emotion, rather than the experience that caused it. Instead of asking yourself, What did I do to deserve this? ask yourself, What can I do to feel better right now? When I invite my clients to try this exercise, they typically report back, "I did it, it felt great, but now I'm feeling sad (or angry or whatever) again." Well, of course—a bike ride or a meal at a four-star restaurant isn't going to change anyone's life permanently! I explain, "The good news is that you made the troubling emotion go away. And that proves that your worst fear—that you will feel this troubling emotion forever—is not valid." Often, this is the moment they realize that they are in control: By changing what they do, they can change how they feel.
How to Break Free??
Getting unstuck requires serious innovation. Here's a snazzy little trick from Oprah's favorite right-brain creativity expert, Daniel H. Pink, to get your creativity flowing.
There are lots of methods to spark creativity, but I like one used by the founders of an Australian software company: They set aside a day for their engineers to work on any problem they want, so long as it's not part of their regular job. These are called FedEx Days, because the participants have to "deliver" something overnight, and they've resulted in an array of software fixes that might otherwise never have emerged. Why shouldn't this idea be picked up by someone who's looking to switch careers or even just redecorate the living room? People underestimate how much a wildly varied group can accomplish in a short time. So enlist your own team with these ground rules: They can work on anything they want, but at the end of 24 hours everyone must deliver something—whether it's a list of fields where your skills might translate or a sketch of how the room could look. Don't worry about making it perfect. Worry about making it, period. And have fun. If you're not laughing during your FedEx Day, you're doing it wrong.
~This story is part of O's Live Your Best Year Toolkit
Read more: http://www.oprah.com/spirit/Daniel-Pinks-Advice-for-Getting-Unstuck#ixzz1VM1nJAez