What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get (WYSIWYG) is a term used to describe what is seen on a computer screen, when all the format instructions, etc., are hidden from sight and only known to the programmer. There is nothing more frustrating than to try to fix a visual in WYSIWYG mode when the background coding has a bug or limitation of some sort and the programmer is AWOL - there is NOTHING you can do to fix the visual. What a lesson in life!
Take for example, the grumpy cashier at the supermarket. WYSIWYG, I am offended and let it ruin my day. Aha! But since I have an in with the Programmer, I recognize he needs love, not more negativity, which is no part of His program! Perhaps a joke, or a genuine expression of gratitude... This is where it is most helpful to have a working relationship with the Programmer, because He knows just the right solution to the grumpiness. Nothing more satisfying than to leave the cashier with some light, the grumpiness gone.
This is what is meant when the Bible instructs: "Walk in the Spirit, and ye shall not fulfil the lust of the flesh." (grumpiness is a form of the flesh)
Walking in the Spirit surely includes walking in Love: "Love inspires, illumines, designates, and leads the way." (S&H)
This is how we gain dominion over how we feel and live in our everyday experience.