It means that you understand darkness, pain, and frustration will always be there. But rather than feeding it, you let it fall aside.
Nothing is “hard,” — only your resistance to it.
Alex Mathers

I would also add to this that the darkness, pain and frustration is a necessary element to help guide us along our journey and something that can be leaned into and embraced as a valuable teacher rather than the grim reaper. Not that I advocate for living in that space, but rather accepting it and allowing it to be a part of the whole.

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