receive with simplicity everything that happens to you

receive with simplicity everything that happens to you.

-rabbi shlomo yitzhaki – aka rashi (1040-1105)

~ by safrang on May 14, 2010.

8 Responses to “receive with simplicity everything that happens to you”

  1. one of the hardest things to do…but so wise..

  2. be here now.

  3. meaning > do not dramatize it or be negative about it > focus on solutions & possible ” blessings in disguise “

  4. At times this quote has become my mantra. For me, it has to do with acceptance . I accept what is happening to me and recognize that there is meaning in it and that will be revealed at some point.
    It also reminds me of the temporary nature of people, places, and things and that they are ultimately not in our control and there is a certain fluidity in that . We can’t hold onto them and make them our idol – they come and go, they change, they die, they leave us, they DO NOT DEFINE US. But a life based on and guided by spiritual principles will be real.

  5. Yesterday, while I was at work, my sister stole my
    apple ipad and tested to see if it can survive a
    40 foot drop, just so she can be a youtube sensation.
    My iPad is now destroyed and she has 83 views. I know this is completely off topic but I had
    to share it with someone!

  6. Your screwed you know it but you also know you have the luxury of suicide at your disposal to stick around for one more lottery drawing.Nothing wrong with giving up.Lifes like a movie,if the first half sucks the second half isnt going to turn around kick ass and make it all worth while.Just walk out.Fuck this mother fucker.

    • Change your direction. Wrong paths just get you more lost and more injured. Too much sugar causes diabetes. Too much fat causes heart disease. Too much negativity removes awareness of the positive. Plant a garden. Now in winter it’s time to prepare your soil. Go outside and turn over the soil. Look inside yourself and add positive thoughts. Read self help books. Sit in the sun. Take a walk. Honor your parents. Make up for those you hurt.

  7. Wow! Kudos! My spouse and i have wanted to key in in my personal webblog a little something similar to that

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