Take the Opportunity Today to Accept




Accept what?

Well, everything! Accept that you woke up late and will now get a lecture from your boss. Accept that the economy is making it harder to make ends meet. Accept that your team aren’t going to win the league, or competition, or game. Accept that you might have to learn new skills in order for you to reach your goals. Accept that the person you’re crazy about pays you no attention. Accept that your childhood wasn’t as great as some people you know. Accept that you weren’t born with a silver spoon in your mouth. Accept that you were born with a silver spoon in your mouth. Accept that you may not be able to run the fastest, jump the highest, throw the furthest.

Accepting doesn’t mean you can’t change things. It means sometimes things won’t change and you have to be ok with that. When something is unchangeable and you don’t accept it, it’ll eat away at you until there’s nothing left.

When you get to a place of acceptance you will feel a whole lot more relaxed. A whole lot less frustrated, angry or helpless. You will feel a huge weight lift off your shoulders. So look at your circumstances today and consider what you can accept. 



About the Author: Stuart Young writes his thoughts on his blog How To Change Your Life One Day At A Time. He  launched his book on this topic in May 2012 and has since helped people change their lives. Click here  to get your copy now! He is also one of the authors of the book, “The Best Inspirational Storie I Ever Read: Guide to a Purposeful Life”.


  1. June says:

    I try to work on acceptance everyday–when I accept my past, my flaws & failures I do feel so much lighter. I guess with daily practice it gets easier! Great post! Thanks!

  2. Sharla says:

    Accept that today I will NOT get through all of my email messages but will be assured they will be waiting for me in the morning:>)

  3. Harold Millet says:

    That’s what I always tell to myself! There are things that I can’t understand. What do I do? Just accept and move on!

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