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Good Enough (mindfulness post for 2/1/17)

Posted on by Matthew Kramer-LaPadula

It is easy to judge a situation or outcome and think about ways that things could have been better. But when we do this consistently, we put ourselves in a mindset to judge our circumstances immediately rather than accept them. There is no fault in wanting to improve our life, but one must ask the utility of questioning the outcome of things that have already happened. Change impacts the future; the now is already here. By getting frustrated with where we are currently, we don’t leave room to think about and adapt for the future. Take a moment today to breathe and accept what is happening rather than resist and set unreasonable expectations for something that can’t be changed.