Departmentalizing your life typically entails bringing things into harmony and locating the appropriate area for what you need to better understand, fix, or grow from.
Sometimes you can't entirely cure, fix, rectify or change something, and no matter how many times you bring it up, the same problem may still be lurking beneath the surface. When do we decide that being broken is enough? The incapacity to figure out what to do with unfixable energy may be holding back the possibility for growth or transformation. Where do you put it?
Does it fit in the "I accept it as it is" pile, deal with it as it comes, or does it go to the "I no longer need this" pile because the journey is limitless and thus "I accept letting go knowing that I am stronger"? Surrendering to the unrelenting pull of attempting to make something better when, in reality, it is not feasible or will ever be completely fixed.
When do we decide that being broken is enough?
It's a personal permission to quit supergluing the parts together and realise that the character and flaws are precisely what let the uniqueness shine through. The opportunity to understand that a delicate bond is prone to breaking under strain. However, recognising that each element still has a place in the complete being allows you to identify the true fault lines and fragility.
It's like understanding when enough is enough. When the best you can do has already been done, and you recognise that it is time to learn from that experience and discontinue trying to fix what is broken.
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