” It is what it is”

https://fotballsonen.com/2024/03/07/p5wyi8zhmi So many of us have grown to dislike this sometimes over used saying “it is what it is”, but I choose to look at the “saying” as a way of letting go. Letting go of a situation that is out of our control. This is not a bad thing, it’s not as if we don’t care anymore, but it becomes a way for us to move on. Dewelling on something that “is what it is” will only paralyze us physically and mentally, so much so, that we will be no  good to the situations we  can control.It does feel so much better to live in the state of being productive with our problems, so recognize what we  https://asperformance.com/uncategorized/1z1agdfca2 can and  cannot change, then we may say “it is what it is” and most importantly…  move on with our life’s. Stephen Spurling

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