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How do you perceive the acceptance of others in your life who are a part of the life

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**Disclaimer: This was worded in the way I personally perceive the "question", the "question" is "imperfect" and "incomplete"**

I am open to natural diversions away from what I perceive as the original topic. :p

I just hope to be able to get something out of this.
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How do you perceive the acceptance of others in your life, who are a part of the life you come to accept as yourself, your life?

How much effort do you give the acceptance of others in your life who are a part of the life you come to accept as yourself, your life? Is it even relevant to accept others in your life who you accept as part of your life?


In my opinion people are a sum of their lives, and that counts other people in their lives.
Now, I don't figure in that acceptance means agreement, just acceptance with who you are and others are.

Can any one really live in denial in their own lives and not accept others in their lives, even those we don't get a long with? They are a part of your life. Is it relevant? Is there truly any choice, other than denial and a rejection of the individuality that the world has cast a "mold" for you?

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  • Okay, so from what I understand is that you're asking something.

    Considering it's Doodo who's asking the question, I understand he just mind****s with us.

  • It's actually a question towards a really general aspect in anyone's daily life. One is not able to question or measure that until a realization born from either a big depression or vast boredom (mostly both at the same time) but sometimes it's just damn fun to know that you realize stuff that people rarely question.

    I only have a problem with this question asked a great amount of people who are mainly there for much, much irrelevant reasons. But yeah, it's doodo. And I like doodo.

  • You know, life's depressing as it is. The only reason people hold out is because they can still see the good side of life. I think that's all that matters. If you're beginning to see flaws in yourself, you're beginning to see flaws in everyone and everything around you, and that will depress you.

  • If you resist yourself of seeing the flaws of your surroundings, you do kind of stop your improvement, or at least "quality". Liking everything is as bad as despising all.

  • Life is only depressing if you make it depressing.

  • @Falanca said: If you resist yourself of seeing the flaws of your surroundings, you do kind of stop your improvement, or at least "quality". Liking everything is as bad as despising all.

    Ignoring the flaws and also seeing the good parts of life are two completely different and possibly even mutually exclusive things. The main difference is that in one of these you do not ignore the flaws, but rather, don't let the flaws influence the way you live in a negative way. Guess which one.

  • @Sam (Peter Jackson version)" said: It's all wrong. By rights we shouldn't even be here. But we are. It's like in the great stories, Mr. Frodo. The ones that really mattered. Full of darkness and danger they were. And sometimes you didn't want to know the end, because how could the end be happy? How could the world go back to the way it was when so much bad had happened? But in the end, it's only a passing thing, this shadow. Even darkness must pass. A new day will come. And when the sun shines it will shine out the clearer. Those were the stories that stayed with you. That meant something, even if you were too small to understand why. But I think, Mr. Frodo, I do understand. I know now. Folk in those stories had lots of chances of turning back, only they didn't. They kept going. Because they were holding on to something.

    @Sam (Peter Jackson version)" said: What are WE holding onto, Sam?

    @Sam (Peter Jackson version)" said: That there's some good in this world, Mr. Frodo... and it's worth fighting for.


    *cue beautiful music*

    This is my rule. If I feel depressed: I remember that moment from the LotR movies (which totally justifies all the Osgiliath stuff that didn't happen in the books), and am full of energy again.

  • @GaryCXJk said: Ignoring the flaws and also seeing the good parts of life are two completely different and possibly even mutually exclusive things. The main difference is that in one of these you do not ignore the flaws, but rather, don't let the flaws influence the way you live in a negative way. Guess which one.

    Well, you did not mention about "ALSO" seeing the good parts before... This way it makes sense, yes.

  • @doodo! said: **Disclaimer: This was worded in the way I personally perceive the "question", the "question" is "imperfect" and "incomplete"**

    I am open to natural diversions away from what I perceive as the original topic. :p

    I just hope to be able to get something out of this.
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    How do you perceive the acceptance of others in your life, who are a part of the life you come to accept as yourself, your life?

    How much effort do you give the acceptance of others in your life who are a part of the life you come to accept as yourself, your life? Is it even relevant to accept others in your life who you accept as part of your life?


    In my opinion people are a sum of their lives, and that counts other people in their lives.
    Now, I don't figure in that acceptance means agreement, just acceptance with who you are and others are.

    Can any one really live in denial in their own lives and not accept others in their lives, even those we don't get a long with? They are a part of your life. Is it relevant? Is there truly any choice, other than denial and a rejection of the individuality that the world has cast a "mold" for you?

    Maybe.

  • thanks falanca , you understood. Thanks guys/ girls for posting.

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