November 28, 2006
Yesterday I wrote about the importance of accepting the problems that cannot be fixed. Someone fussed that you must keep trying to fix things, otherwise the difficult would never get done. OK, but somewhere along the line one has to accept that "It" cannot be fixed. Here's a simple example.
You've planned to go on a relaxing picnic Saturday afternoon. Saturday afternoon is solid rain, and there's no place to have a Pseudo picnic. You have two choices: you can ruin the afternoon by constant groaning and grouching, or, you can say "c'est la vie," and get on with life.