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It’s power is undervalued, it’s meaning is interpreted many ways, and when it comes to implementing it- the choice ultimately lies with the beholder.
I’m talking about acceptance.
For me acceptance has ebbed and flowed into my awareness many times as a parent. Accepting that my son was going to be diagnosed with a life-long disability. Acceptance that he was vulnerable to toxins, some I willingly allowed and others I did not. Acceptance that he is who he is despite the label. And finally, acceptance that I was no longer going to accept that there was nothing I could do for him.