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The Practice of Acceptance

"Forget about your life situation and pay attention to your life. Your life situation exists in time. Your life is now. Your life situation is mind-stuff. Your life is real." - -Eckhart Tolle Great advice. Do we follow it? We don't.  Why? Because it's hard. Hard to do the right thing, all the time.  I've been lately introduced to a new idea of practice . Anyone who's been reading this blog for the last ten years or so may remember that that's how this whole thing started—and frankly my more recent "ever on the Ti" approach to life is the same thing, repackaged. Ti, "a drink with jam and bread," the note that brings us back to "Do"-a deer. It's about always on the way to resolution, always trying, always improving... and sometimes that means never feeling satisfied.  At the outset, this blog was called "100 Days of Practice." I had read that if you do anything for 100 days repetitively—exercise, play music, I dunn

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