How To Make Peace With Pain

Accept the pain and the pain will subside. Criticize and resent the pain and it will turn into an experience of suffering. Accept the pain and the pain will subside.“Acceptance doesn’t mean resignation; it means understanding that something is what it is and that there’s got to be a way through it.”

Michael J. Fox, Actor, Author, Producer, Activist/Advocate

Let us take a good look at our pain and understand the strategy of our nerves and consciousness.

The sooner we accept the pain and what is really happening, regardless of why and how it is there, the more we are able to make peace with it and experience freedom from it.

In our own reactions lies some control — we can certainly choose to let things be. The peace is in knowing that there may be nothing to conquer. And that we need not give up or feel powerless. Acceptance is simple because its plan is to make peace, even with hurt, fear and struggle.

Acceptance does not urge us to discharge from life but to stand our ground and take everything as it comes without compromising on our strong and beautiful selves.

Without facing the pain, we may be giving it more life, an existence above yours. We may be allowing it grow on its own accord.

With your presence, pain will know, you are the master, you call the show!

“Accept the pain and the pain will subside. Criticize and resent the pain and it will turn into an experience of suffering. Accept the pain and the pain will subside.” – Vishal Singh

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Vishal Singh

Writer and Co-Founder of The Purple Bridge. I believe that connectivity with our personal selves elevates connectivity with others. The path of my travel toward a deeper life started with the road to self-discovery when I realized that the only way to experience my dreams as reality was to take personal ownership. I write, as well as read, to engage with you - to encourage us to live deeply.

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