Do you have the ability to accept both the things you can and cannot change? Can you accept all of the changes that happen in your life?
When you can accept things in life, including yourself and other people, you can take charge. When you are in charge, it is easier to see how you can improve your personal life. When you learn to accept, you will be able to discover yourself.
Many people around the world believe that when we act in the same way at all times, we have established our identity. That is politically incorrect! We have emotions, thoughts, behaviors, and actions, and we have been infested by a world of both good and bad influences. Every day, we will experience something new, and our personalities will change to reflect these changes.
We live in a world that dulls our senses. We are surrounded by thousands of influences on TV, in the media, on the radio, in our homes, in government, in schools, and so on. Everyone judges someone at some point, which is something we must accept. We cannot change these people's attitudes or behaviors, but we can change ours. This is a part of the process of learning and accepting. The best way to live in this world is to become your own influence and let other people's influences affect their own lives.
You will be inclined to laugh once you have learned to accept. For example, if someone drives you insane, you will find humor in his or her actions. If you make a mistake, you might see the humor in your actions. Yo will feel better on the inside once you start seeing the humor in life. Others may follow you if you learn to change to improve yourself. To persuade others to change, good behavior has proven far more effective than words.
As you grow, you will develop a new thirst, and that thirst will lead you to discover new ways to improve yourself. As you begin to feel better, you will recognize the need to exercise, eat properly, and surround yourself with positive influences, among other things. When you feel this thirst, you will be motivated to work hard to achieve your goals.