Welcome to our collection of quotes on Acceptance. In life, we all face situations that challenge us and push us outside of our comfort zones. At times, it can be difficult to accept certain circumstances or individuals for who they are. However, acceptance is a powerful tool that allows us to grow, find peace, and embrace the beauty of diversity.
Within this category, you will find a wide range of quotes that explore the concept of acceptance in various forms. Whether it be accepting ourselves, accepting others, or learning to accept the inevitable changes that life presents to us, these quotes provide valuable insights and guidance.
Through these quotes, you will discover the wisdom of individuals from different cultures, eras, and walks of life who have contemplated the importance of acceptance. Their words serve as a reminder that acceptance is not a sign of weakness, but rather a sign of strength and resilience.
We hope that the collection of quotes on acceptance inspires you to cultivate a mindset of acceptance in your own life. May these words encourage you to embrace the present moment, appreciate the differences in others, and find peace within yourself.
Oh, it was delicious to have someone to keep secrets with. If I'd had a sister or a brother closer in age, I guessed that's what it would be like. But it wasn't just smoking or skirting around Mother. It was having someone look at you after your mother has nearly fretted herself to death because you are freakishly tall and frizzy and odd. Someone whose eyes simply said, without words, You are fine with me.
Each must act as he thinks best; and if he is wrong, so much the worse for him. We stand on a mountain pass in the midst of whirling snow and blinding mist through which we get glimpses now and then of paths which may be deceptive. If we stand still we shall be frozen to death. If we take the wrong road we shall be dashed to pieces. We do not certainly know whether there is any right one. What must we do? Be strong and of a good courage. Act for the best, hope for the best, and take what comes. . . . If death ends all, we cannot meet death better.
A writer, or any man, must believe that whatever happens to him is an instrument; everything has been given for an end. This is even stronger in the case of the artist. Everything that happens, including humiliations, embarrassments, misfortunes, all has been given like clay, like material for one's art. One must accept it.
There is a decivilizing bug somewhere at work; unconsciously persons of stern worth, by not resenting and resisting the small indignities of the times, are preparing themselves for the eventual acceptance of what they themselves know they don't want.
These years in silence and reflection made me stronger and reminded me that acceptance has to come from within and that this kind of truth gives me the power to conquer emotions I didn't even know existed.