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Accepting Its Over Quotes By Louise Hay

The biggest parts of healing and making myself whole is to accept all of the many parts of myself. — Louise Hay

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Stephen McAndrew

Given our obsession with self, it is hardly surprising we think it is fine for us to live in a world with malleable moral markers, as long as we get our own way without being bullied by others into accepting their way of doing things. We want others to respect moral boundaries that we want to be free to ignore when it suits. — Stephen McAndrew

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Leta Blake

He wonders briefly if he can still keep the Molinaro's trust money if he murders Patrick. He's pretty sure there's no Molinaro stipulation against that. Murder's always been a viable Molinaro alternative to accepting the consequences of any situation that's gone wrong. — Leta Blake

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Marc Allen

Care for your infant business or career as you would care for your infant child - with loving attention, with no expectation of any reward, being in the moment with it, accepting it as is, watching it grow, enjoying every step of the way. — Marc Allen

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Dang Nghiem

When I missed the physical body of my partner, I meditated on its parts, tossed by the waves, torn, dispersed, and deteriorated. When memories of our lives together became acute and intense, I breathed. I breathed through each wave of yearning, of regret, of guilt, of what-could-have-been. Every time I asked him, "Where are you?" A quiet voice immediately responded, "I am here. I have never left you." I did not only lose a partner. I lost my childhood all over again. I lost my soul mate. I lost the accepting father and the gentle mother that he was to me. I lost the dream of a "normal life," which I had tried so hard to achieve. Now I had to face my own mind. — Dang Nghiem

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Shunryu Suzuki

Without accepting the fact that everything changes, we cannot find perfect composure. Unfortunately, although it is true, it is difficult for us to accept it. Because we cannot accept the truth of transience, we suffer. — Shunryu Suzuki

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Santa Montefiore

Loving isn't about selecting only the good parts. It's about taking the whole and loving the lot. — Santa Montefiore

Accepting Its Over Quotes By PJ Harvey

What we are fed through the media I do not accept, unless you see it with your own eyes you cant trust anything. — PJ Harvey

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Gina Barreca

Recognizing your talents doesn't mean believing they're limitless. Accepting your strengths doesn't lead to pride, but instead to humility; you're less likely to resent what others have if you understand your own bounty. — Gina Barreca

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Rosa Parks

It is better to protest than to accept injustice. — Rosa Parks

Accepting Its Over Quotes By David Richo

Humility means accepting reality with no attempt to outsmart it. — David Richo

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Alaric Hutchinson

Our call to action is to be in the flow of life, accepting life as it is and as it comes. We must allow life to be life in all its impermanent grandeur. Nothing remains the same, and those who fight change, or are in denial of it, create chaos within their own lives and the lives of those they have influence over. — Alaric Hutchinson

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Edmund Clarence Stedman

A critic must accept what is best in a poet, and thus become his best encourager. — Edmund Clarence Stedman

Accepting Its Over Quotes By John Flanagan

Anything happening," she whispered.
"Aside from you blundering about like a lost elephant?" he asked, in the same low tone.
She nodded, accepting the rebuke. "Aside from that. — John Flanagan

Accepting Its Over Quotes By David McRaney

Any extended period of negative emotions can lead to you giving in to despair and accepting your fate. If you remain alone for a long time, you will decide loneliness is a fact of life and pass up opportunities to hang out with people. The loss of control in any situation can lead to this state. — David McRaney

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Joey W. Hill

Love you ... God, finally accepting it was as bad as dying. — Joey W. Hill

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Osho

Listen to your being. It is continuously giving you hints; it is a still, small voice. It does not shout at you, that is true. And if you are a little silent you will start feeling your way. Be the person you are. Never try to be another, and you will become mature. Maturity is accepting the responsibility of being oneself, whatsoever the cost. Risking all to be oneself, that's what maturity is all about. — Osho

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Ace Antonio Hall

Humility is understanding gratefulness oppose to self-praise & accepting envy as the answer to your actions of excellence. — Ace Antonio Hall

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Roselyn Sanchez

My greatest obstacle has to be accepting that the business that I chose to be part of is based on rejection and constantly trying to prove yourself. Letting go of seeing my accent and the way I speak as a limitation. Accepting it as who I am and where I came from. — Roselyn Sanchez

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Andrew Oliver

At the end of the day, though, there are a huge number of considerations that our management team go through before accepting any project - checking out the license is just one of them. — Andrew Oliver

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Benjamin Kane Ethridge

Accepting a religion, any, is a lot like someone in love. It doesn't matter what the beloved does or says, he or she will get a pass ... Forever. It's easier that way. It's too difficult to accept fault or to admit contradictions or falsehoods. Someone who is religious is in love, and there is no talking them out of it, regardless of what others would take as silly notions or irrational thinking. I no longer try. Life is brief, despite what those longing for an afterlife might really need to believe. Peace and acceptance is something, however, I'll always back, no matter what vehicle it rides in on. — Benjamin Kane Ethridge

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Dean Koontz

Odd: I wish I could believe in reincarnation.
Chief Porter: Not me. Once down the track is enough of a test. Pass me or fail me, Dear Lord, but don't make me go through high school again.
Odd: If there's something we want so bad in this life but we can't have it, maybe we could get it the next time around.
Chief Porter: Or maybe not getting it, accepting less without bitterness and being grateful for what we have is a part of what we're here to learn. — Dean Koontz

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Louise Hay

I open my arms wide and declare with love that I deserve and accept all good! — Louise Hay

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Jon Taffer

I don't accept excuses, only solutions. — Jon Taffer

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Amy Tan

If I stopped running and stood still, I would be accepting that what I had was all I would ever have. And then I would no longer be lost, because there would nowhere else to go — Amy Tan

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Gary Chapman

We cannot erase the past, but we can accept it as history. — Gary Chapman

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Teresa Of Avila

Nothing is small if God accepts it. — Teresa Of Avila

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Elaine Orabona Foster

The battle for the lead between faith and reason can be settled by accepting the guiding hand of an experienced navigator. — Elaine Orabona Foster

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Charles Spurgeon

Faith is the accepting of what God gives. Faith is the believing what God says. Faith is the trusting to what Jesus has done. Only do this and you are saved, as surely as you are alive! — Charles Spurgeon

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Ziauddin Sardar

Arrogance is inimical to prudential reasoning, to accepting that for all we know and learn we also accumulate ignorance of the questions we do not ask, the risks we do not and cannot comprehend. In short, arrogance is what causes us to ignore our fallibilities. — Ziauddin Sardar

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Mother Teresa

The true way and the sure way to friendship is through humility-being open to each other, accepting each other just as we are, knowing each other. — Mother Teresa

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Charlotte Gainsbourg

I don't feel that I've accomplished anything. I feel that it'll be better when I won't care as much, but it's so difficult to let go and accept all the wrong notes. — Charlotte Gainsbourg

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Simon Sinek

Failure is not tied to money; it is a mindset. Failure is when we accept the lot we are given. — Simon Sinek

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Wendell Berry

It is, then, not simply a question of black power or white power, but of how meaningfully to reenfranchise human power. This, as I think Martin Luther King understood, is the real point, the real gift to America, of the struggle of the black people. In accepting the humanity of the black race, the white people will not be giving accommodation to an alien people; it will be receiving into itself half of its own experience, vital and indispensable to it, which it has so far denied at great cost. — Wendell Berry

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Mike Yaconelli

Accepting the reality of our broken, flawed lives is the beginning of spirituality not because the spiritual life will remove our flaws but because we let go of seeking perfection and, instead, seek God, the one who is present in the tangledness of our lives. — Mike Yaconelli

Accepting Its Over Quotes By David Bowie

I'm English. I can't accept happiness that easily. There's got to be a trick in there somewhere. — David Bowie

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Lisa Kleypas

I had learned that there were substitutes
for a mother who couldn't be a mother. You
could find love with other people. You could
find it in places you weren't even looking.
But the original wound would never heal. I
would carry it with me forever, and so would
Tara. That was the trick ... accepting it, going
on with your life, knowing it was part of
you. — Lisa Kleypas

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Stephen Alter

Our insistence on being different from everything around us is one of the greatest mistakes of mankind. We stubbornly maintain an illusory distinction that sets us apart from rock and ice, water and fire, plant and animal. Both religion and rationality try to explain it through an elaborate vocabulary of separation - soul, atman, spirit, ghosts in the machine or simply the idea of selfhood. We have dreamed up gods so that we can reassure ourselves that somewhere, someday, somehow, after this life is over, something awaits us: a presence that recognizes who we are. But if we approach a mountain instead, accepting that we are nothing more or less than an integral part of its existence, our ego merges with the nature of the mountain. In — Stephen Alter

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Rosaria Champagne Butterfield

Sin is not a mistake. A mistake is taking the wrong exit on the highway. A sin is treason against a Holy God. A mistake is a logical misstep. Sin lurks in our heart and grabs us by the throat to do its bidding. Remember what God said to Cain about his sin? It's true for us too. In the fourth chapter of Genesis, God warns Cain like this: 'Sin lies at the door. And its desire is for you, but you should rule over it' (Gen. 4:6). In accepting misrepresentations of the gospel that render sin anything less than this, you will never learn of the fruit of repentance. — Rosaria Champagne Butterfield

Accepting Its Over Quotes By Larry Laudan

The rationale for accepting or rejecting any theory is thus fundamentally based on the idea of problem-solving progress. If one research tradition has solved more important problems than its rivals, then accepting that tradition is rational precisely to the degree that we are aiming to "progress," i.e., to maximize the scope f solved problems. In other words, the choice of one tradition over its rivals is a progressive (and thus a rational) choice precisely to the extent that the chosen tradition is a better problem solver than its rivals. — Larry Laudan