Timeless Wisdom – #acceptance

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We all know – shit happens.

What is easiest to change: your opinion about it or the shit that already happened? 
The answer is obvious: accept your shit! Accept rather than to fight every little thing you can’t probably change. 

But be smart, my friend! Instead of simply accepting of ‘shit’ – try to enjoy…whatever it is. Now you are going to laugh: ‘Don’t be ridiculous, I’m not going to accept ANY shit!’. 

Okay.
Wonderful.
Do as you wish.
But shit is already there, silently drying off while you are fighting the invisible aroma.

Info: Nietzsche called this idea – AMORE FATI or a love of fate. It is not just #accepting, it is loving everything that happens. 

Wrap up: So here I am, asking you to LOVE YOUR SHIT!
That’s my recipe for happiness and joy today. 

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17 comments on “Timeless Wisdom – #acceptance”

  1. There’s a first time for everything, and this is the first time anyone has ever told me to love the shit. But, after I stop laughing, I get it. And, as a follower of Jesus, I can easily see how it fits perfectly into walking with him. “For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven.” Ecclesiastes 3:1

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  2. Ahhhh… In a time when I have a lot of shit to accept, this is a great post! … Now, I just have to ACTUALLY accept my shit… I love to fight the shit. I will change it. My shit changing time machine is coming along nicely….

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