accepting

A Quote by Eckhart Tolle on present moment, accepting, is-ness, and now

Accepting means you allow yourself to feel whatever it is you are feeling at that moment. It is part of the is-ness of the NOW. You can't argue with what is. Well, you can, but if you do, you will suffer.

Eckhart Tolle

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A Quote by Mini on accepting and love of others

Tolerance is just a fancy word for ignoring a fascist ideology. Acceptance is the only way.

Jessica

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A Quote by Chuang Chou, a.k.a. Chuang Tzu, Chuang Tse Chuang on centered, doing, and accepting

Flow with whatever may happen, & let your mind be free. Stay centered by accepting whatever you are doing. This is the ultimate.


Chuang Tzu (c.360 BC - c. 275 BC)

Source: Daily Om

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A Quote by Joshua Liebman on tolerance, positive, cordial, effort, understand, beliefs, practices, habits, sharing, and accepting

Tolerance is the positive and cordial effort to understand another's beliefs, practices and habits without necessarily sharing or accepting them.

Joshua Liebman

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A Quote by Joshua Liebman on tolerance, positive, cordial, effort, understand, beliefs, practices, habits, sharing, and accepting

Tolerance is the positive and cordial effort to understand another's beliefs, practices and habits without necessarily sharing or accepting them.

Joshua Liebman

Contributed by: RainbowBright

A Quote by Ariel Kane on accepting, acceptance, allowing, awareness, interaction, right, wrong, life, moment, present, here and now, now, discover, and self-realization

Accepting, allowing and interacting with your life as though it is exactly as it should be, without making yourself wrong (or right) for what you discover is it the way to Self-Realization. ~ Ariel Kane

Ariel Kane

Source: Working on Yourself Doesn't Work: A Book About Instantaneous Transformation, Pages: 124

Contributed by: Joy Bringer

A Quote by C.S. Lewis on the good, expectations, and accepting


What you have made me see," answered the Lady, "is as plain as the sky, but I never saw it before. Yet it has happened every day. One goes into the forest to pick food and already the thought of one fruit rather than another has grown up in one's mind. Then, it may be, one finds a different fruit and not the fruit one thought of. One joy was expected and another is given. But this I had never noticed before - that the very moment of the finding there is in the mind a kind of thrusting back, or setting aside. The picture of the fruit you have not found is still, for a moment, before you. And if you wished, if it were possible to wish - you could keep it there. You could send your soul after the good you had expected, instead of turning it to the good you had got. You could refuse the real good; you could make the real fruit taste insipid by thinking of the other."

C.S. Lewis

Source: Perelandra (Space Trilogy (Paperback)), Pages: 68,69

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