“It is what it is.”
You hear that a lot these days, often with a tone of resignation. Someone is facing adversity, and you express condolences, and they shrug and say, “It is what it is.”
I agree that it is what it is, but you need to know it doesn’t have to stay that way.
Yes: It is what it is, but if you simply accept that fact, you’re in the wrong place.
It is what it is: This is where you start to fix it.
It’s vitally important that you be realistic, that you understand that this is what it is.
Know that it doesn’t always have to be what it is. You have the power to fix what needs to be fixed so it isn’t this tomorrow, or next month, or next year.
Maybe you can’t change some of it all by yourself, and you’ll need help. But you can change something today. Even a little adjustment is a start.
It is what it is. But you can see to it that it becomes something better, starting today.