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The first step to making outer peace, not just inner peace, is to adapt to the surrounding situation. In our day-to-day life, we typically try to change the situation to suit our needs. For example, we complain about the traffic, the weather or the noise.
This might work for a short period of time, but if we want to make an inner change, we must first adopt the things we don’t like, temporarily of course.
It might be a challenge, but it’s the first step we need to take to make outer peace. The best you are in your life is a result of your habits. Will Durant (not Aristotle) said it best: “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” I think that’s also true for the opposite of excellence. Mediocrity is a result of mediocre habits. That means we can go from mediocrity to excellence by changing our habits. But how do you do that?
Try regularly to change your negative portions.

A healthy person in a healthy environment is the most suitable person to be adopted. The adoptive parents should take into consideration the child’s surrounding situation and environments, such as the living environment, health care, education, culture, and customs.

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