Sunday, August 21, 2016

The body paint and accepting who all are



The point in life is about making life easier who wants to have the
stress all the time not accepting you, who and others are.
There is a need to accept the humanistic needs we all have.
It's about a quality of life a pursuit of happiness not unhappiness!
It's about growth breaking through the wall holding you back!
Judging people ends in failure over and over. Me, I don't judge
people on their jobs. Because a job is just a job it's what the point
of the job. Like to make it happen and the reason of doing the job
that is the point. Why do you do what you do?!

In love is a good point as in being in love with a married lady being
in that the point is it's the inside the growth for all it holds.
She is married so she is the queen bee as all in the relationship would be
for her best interest / support making all better. 
Like a form of biofeedback with the intent to have improvement.
Or like in a long term marriage or relationship in terms fixing a inbreeding
issue. The longer it is the less diverse it is and more of the same, same it is
like inbreeding but as others are added to the chromosome mix it makes
all less sickly and stronger as a whole!

But the point is accepting the good in the life!

~~~~~The Power of Acceptance: Stop Resisting and Find the Lesson

"Of course there is no formula for success except, perhaps, an unconditional acceptance 
of life and what it brings." ~Arthur Rubinstein

"Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start today
and make a brand new ending." ~Carl Bard

Sometimes you’re an observer of other people’s lives and you think you’ll never
experience what they’re living, whether it be a positive or negative situation. You think,
"That will never happen to me."

Part of the real beauty of life is that it’s unpredictable. Nothing is permanent, everything
changes; and of course, a lot of things can happen that will transform who you are and have
an impact on your life. The problem is that we need to cultivate the ability to truly accept
whatever comes and embrace it.
http://tinybuddha.com/blog/the-power-of-acceptance-stop-resisting-and-find-the-lesson

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