It Is What It Is – The New York Times

”’We went through it thoroughly yesterday,” said Scott McClellan, the White House press secretary, somewhat testily after being badgered recently about the Cheney hunting accident. ”It is what it is, and I think it’s time to move on.”
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An absolute, explicative, all or nothing statement like f*** it!

Our society does not know what this simple phrase expresses or does to those who embrace it.

It is more than just a phrase, it is a sad attitude to have about life.

We all resort to simple solutions to avoid facing our limitations…

Like a cry for help or throwing up the hands, more use of the phrase needs more acceptance, more patience, more learning, laughing and living…

Less giving up or quitting on ourselves and others…

Become an optimist,

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