Embracing Life and Peaceful Life Will Embrace You

Fight it or Accept it

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In life,we couldn’t keep everything that happens in our life so tight and not at all could just let it be. Life always teach us something. Everything happens are relative, we can fight it or let it go. We learn to strive and if the results makes us down in our knees, it is time to let it be. Maybe we can try again, we can find many alternatives, or find another ‘something’ to makes us want to strive it again.

We have to know that we can’t control everything even if that is our own life. I think that’s so ironic. But what I learn about that is peaceful can’t found if I have been uncompromising with my life.

So, what would we do about that?

Try. Try until we not feel disappointed or feel sorry because we don’t put all of our effort, if what we want can’t be happen. Fight it, accept it.

Fight teach us to make a plan, to take control, to stay motivated, to try again if we fail, to not defeated.

And if we fail, we feel guilty, doubt ourself, sad, angry, blaming ourself, we denied it.

After all the bad hapens, we try to accept it. Acceptance teach us to be patient, to put handful of hope in our heart, to rise up, to stand in our feet again, to embrace imperfect life, and in the end, to start again.

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