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I’m Inevitable

The definition of I’m inevitable is something that can’t be avoided. For example, death is inevitable. The word comes from the Latin inevitabilis, meaning unavoidable. Similarly, tax season is inevitable.

When we’re confronted with things in our lives that are inescapable, it can be a hard thing to accept. But, sometimes we have to accept that they will happen and move on.

We have to take a step back and look at the bigger picture. We have to consider whether it is actually bringing us closer to what we want. We need to look at our habits and the people in our lives, as well as what our goals are, and decide if they are really bringing us closer to what we desire.

For example, do you feel a need to be in a relationship even when it is not right for you? Do you have to put up with things you don’t like in your work environment or in your family life? We all have different thresholds for accepting that which we find unacceptable.

We need to understand that we can’t always control what happens in our lives, but we can control how we respond to it. When we are willing to let go of things that are limiting us, and we make it possible for ourselves to do what we want to do, we can live a more fulfilled and happy life. It’s not always easy, but it’s worth the effort if it means that we can get where we want to be in our life.

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