Best 2 615 of Acceptance quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

I am no human - I am the unifying force of nature - I am the One and I am the All - in me lies the possibility of human harmony - in me lies the possibility of human acceptance - I am the driving force of conscience - I am the absolute timeless ocean of unified sentience.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Gregg Braden

When we feel we are powerless our ego most wants to change the things in our world. As we realize we have the power to change our reality the maturity that comes with that understanding changes us, and we find ourselves in acceptance of what is with less desire of feeling our need to change the world around us.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Aaron Lauritsen

True friends don't come with conditions.

By Anonym 14 Sep

John Henrik Clarke

The acceptance of the facts of African-American history and the African-American historian as a legitimate part of the academic community did not come easily. Slavery ended and left its false images of black people intact.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Marty Rubin

If a circle shuts you out, draw a circle around it.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Osho

The only way to go beyond death is to accept death. Then it disappears. The only way to be fearless is to accept fear. Then the energy is released and becomes freedom.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Ron Fournier

Shock, confusion, fear, anger, grief, and defiance. On Sept. 11, 2001, and for the three days following the worst terrorist attack on U.S. soil, President George W. Bush led with raw emotion that reflected the public's whipsawing stages of acceptance.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Leonard Jacobson

Only when you can accept that you are alone, will you discover that you are not alone.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Brian Tracy

Five Great Habits for Better Relationships: acceptance (smile each time), appreciation (say thank you to everyone), admiration (compliment people on their appearance or clothing, etc.), approval (praise immediately, specifically and repeatedly), and attention (be a good listener).

By Anonym 14 Sep

Robert Farrar Capon

Lord, please restore to us the comfort of merit and demerit. Show us that there is at least something we can do. Tell us that at the end of the day there will at least be one redeeming card of our very own. Lord, if it is not too much to ask, send us to bed with a few shreds of self-respect upon which we can congratulate ourselves. But whatever you do, do not preach grace. Give us something to do, anything; but spare us the indignity of this indiscriminate acceptance.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Robert Tew

What you deny or ignore, you delay, What you accept and face, you conquer.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Israelmore Ayivor

Don’t be too quick to accept every direction from friends. Watch closely what your hear before your apply.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Janeane Garofalo

Many people feel that mass acceptance and smooth socialization are desirable life paths for a young adult… Many people are often wrong… Don’t bother being nice. Being popular and well liked is not in your best interest. Let me be more clear; if you behave in a manner pleasing to most, then you are probably doing something wrong. The masses have never been arbiters of the sublime, and they often fail to recognize the truly great individual. Taking into account the public’s regrettable lack of taste, it is incumbent upon you not to fit in.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Arnaud Desjardins

Mindful and creative, a child who has neither a past, nor examples to follow, nor value judgments, simply lives, speaks and plays in freedom.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Donzella Michele Malone

I have a self-made quote: Celebrate diversity, practice acceptance and may we all choose peaceful options to conflict.

By Anonym 13 Sep

David Mamet

A liberal pretending to be a conservative? That's like a straight person pretending to be gay to get greater acceptance.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Danny Devito

It don't care whether I'm good enough. It don't care whether I snore or not. It don't care which God I pray to. There are only three things with that kind of unconditional acceptance: Dogs, donuts, and money.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Daniel Tosh

You can accept that things are awful and still have a sense of humor about it.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Keith Johnstone

Good improvisers seem telepathic; everything looks pre-arranged, This is because they accept all offers made—which is something no ‘normal’ person would do.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Pearl S. Buck

endurance of inescapable sorrow is something which has to be learned alone. And only to endure is not enough. Endurance can be a harsh and bitter root in one's life, bearing poisonous and gloomy fruit, destroying other lives. Endurance is only the beginning. There must be acceptance and the knowledge that sorrow fully accepted brings its own gifts. For there is an alchemy in sorrow. It can be transmuted into wisdom, which, if it does not bring joy, can yet bring happiness.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Henry Rollins

We all learn lessons in life. Some stick, some don't. I have always learned more from rejection and failure than from acceptance and success.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Johnnie Dent Jr.

When you don't fit in, be sure to stand out.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Faith Baldwin

The lesson of acceptance is one of the hardest to learn. I've been working on it for quite a spell, and cannot yet rate myself as A or even B. To accept changes, slow or sudden, to accept the inevitable alterations in one's life, even in one's way of living or thinking, isn't easy; and to accept other people's inviolable right to opinions other than your own is hard, too. To accept God's will, even if you do not understand it—and few of us do—is the most difficult, yet rewarding of all acceptances. Those of us who say the Lord's Prayer—formally at religious gatherings, aloud in a quiet room, or mentally to ourselves—rarely stop to think about each word and sentence or ponder on its strong core of inner meaning. To me the four words, Thy Will be done, are the most important; and they are valid in every creed. Blind faith is something we've heard about as long as we remember. I do not think this is the ultimate in belief. Unless his small personal world has been shattered, the faith of a child in his parents and in his total security is blind until he begins to think for himself, at which point reason gives blind faith its sight. An adult's faith must be logical and based upon an immutable foundation, which gives him the capacity, when for him the world is shattered, to go a step beyond the bewildered child and accept loss or alteration.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Frank P. Ramsey

Science, history and politics are not suited for discussion except by experts. Others are simply in the position of requiring more information; and, till they have acquired all available information, cannot do anything but accept on authority the opinions of those better qualified.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Suzy Kassem

Sometimes God will place a wall on your path to force you to go in another direction.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Elizabeth Gaskell

Love me as I am, sweet one, for I shall never be better.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Abeer Allan

I have learned that the first step to letting go is to accept the facts.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Jeremy Courtney

Love first; ask questions later.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Miguel Angel Ruiz

Forgive yourself. The supreme act of forgiveness is when you can forgive yourself for all the wounds you've created in your own life. Forgiveness is an act of self-love. When you forgive yourself, self-acceptance begins and self-love grows.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Asa Don Brown

The benefits of forgiveness are limitless.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Marty Rubin

If you're alive, you have nothing to complain about; and if you're dead, you have nothing to complain about.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Michelle Muriel

You cannot change a man . . . you can only change yourself.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Aaron Lauritsen

The highway of grace will get you somewhere a whole lot faster then the freeway of spite.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Frederick Lenz

The yoga of love is the yoga of acceptance. Love teaches us that which is most important is self-acceptance.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Byron Katie

Arguing with reality it like trying to teach a cat to bark.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Freedom of speech is a fallacy, it is not absolute. It can be hailed absolute only if the person possessing it, has the conscience to distinguish the right from the wrong, justice from injustice, acceptance from discrimination.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Rasheed Ogunlaru

If you are going to judge others it is wisest to do so individually not collectively and on your own direct experience of them personally. But first - and throughout - examine yourself closely. Blurred vision can often occur due to the lens, perspective and perceptions of the viewer projected onto the object that it sees. Be wary of taking to the judges seat. Above all meet at treat yourself and everyone else mindfully, compassionately with humanity.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Audre Lorde

As a Black lesbian feminist comfortable with the many different ingredients of my identity, and a woman committed to racial and sexual freedom from oppression, I find I am constantly being encouraged to pluck out some one aspect of myself and present this as the meaningful whole, eclipsing or denying the other parts of self. But this is a destructive and fragmenting way to live.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Jake. H. Khiangte

Lovers moon and wishing stars are too busy for the likes of us.

By Anonym 13 Sep

James Dillet Freeman

And the faith that grows out of questioning is stronger than the faith born of blind acceptance. It can withstand the shocks of circumstance. Only he who questions the universe and questions it in utter honesty can grow in his comprehension of the truth.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Nir Eyal

Fogg states that all humans are motivated to seek pleasure and avoid pain; to seek hope and avoid fear; and finally, to seek social acceptance and avoid rejection

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ey Ramos

Understanding is the first step of accepting!

By Anonym 13 Sep

Jean Kerr

Confronted by an absolutely infuriating review, it is sometimes helpful for the victim to do a little personal research on the critic. Is there any truth to the rumor that he had no formal education beyond the age of eleven? In any event, is he able to construct a simple English sentence? Do his participles dangle? When moved to lyricism, does he write "I had a fun time"? Was he ever arrested for burglary? I don't know that you will prove anything this way, but it is perfectly harmless and quite soothing.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Throw away all mystical nonsense and be divine through your acts of kindness - be divine through your gestures of acceptance - be divine through your footsteps of awareness.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Cal Thomas

No child is taught to kill, but he has to be taught to love, respect, honor and value, not only his own life, but the lives of his classmates, parents and teachers. He has to experience love and acceptance. He has to know his life has purpose and meaning. No amount of money can do that.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Joseph P. Kauffman

When we see one another as different aspects of ourselves—as ourselves experiencing a different situation and circumstance—we develop a love, a connection, and a unity that allows us to see beyond the various forms, as well as the various ways that someone may act out when they have forgotten their connection and their formless nature. If you look at another in this light, you will see a Being that is just like you, looking back at you

By Anonym 13 Sep

Ali Macgraw

Every one of us gets to find our way, hopefully surrounded by love, but we still have to pick out our own way through the land mines of life. By accepting this and relinquishing control, there's just extraordinary beauty.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Alice Feeney

We exchange the currency of our dreams for a reality funded by acceptance as we get older

By Anonym 15 Sep

Hannah Hurnard

When you wear the weed of impatience in your heart instead of the flower Acceptance-with-Joy, you will always find your enemies get an advantage over you.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Varian Krylov

But looking at you was nothing like looking at those pictures. When I first saw,” he said, looking down at her chest, then up again to meet her eyes, “it hurt, almost a physical pain. Since you finished chemo, you've gotten so strong again. Sometimes I almost forget what you've been through. But seeing your scars, they reminded me of your hurt. How you've been cut apart. What you gave up.” It was important, not keeping herself back from him, putting parts of herself off limits. But it stung when he sank down to brush his lips over the two biggest scars. “But your scars are beautiful. I mean, I look at them, and I want to kiss, I want to touch, I feel this tenderness for them. You know how when you love someone, when you've been with them a long time and you know all the little lines and curves and planes of their body, how you look at little parts of them—the corner of their mouth, the back of their hand, the little crease where their earlobe meets their jaw—and you can feel like you're in love with that little piece of them? Maybe soon, I'll look at your scars like that. But right now, it's this feeling I've never had for a part of someone's body, before, because they promise me you're well. That you get to live. That we get to have a long life together.” Her love for him was swelling up in her chest, the way it did sometimes, an ache she wanted to hold on to.