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  • Not usually. I have struggled a lot to adjust to the reality that my mom passed away. It's not like there is any question that she is, it's just very hard to accept at times. I suppose we all struggle with that at some point in our lives.
  • it is always a problem. the real trick is to make reality adjust to you
  • not at all - gave up on the old reality and created my own, much nicer place
  • No, I don't. I think it's very important to be grounded in the here and now of everyday life. The gratitude for the great truths, a desire to change what is not right, and the ability to accept the things that we can't change. I think that it's very important to be as in-tuned to your own present moment first and foremost, and live the healthiest, fullest life you can. Latching on to false ideas only makes it harder to thrive, succeed, and find fulfillment. Dwelling in a reasonable reality is what it's all about.
  • As long as I am here now, then I don't have to.
  • No, but i do often struggle with understanding people's actions.
  • Life is always a constant struggle to accept its reality and to embrace inventive & creative changes to live it to the fullest potential.
  • I struggle to adjust to what heinous acts go on in the realm of reality, I prefer my sheltered and safe world of books to that any day.
  • Some days, yes.
  • Not at all. Realities bark is worse than it's bite. I actually enjoy the cold hard facts.
  • Everyone perceives reality in their own way. So reality is only how you see it.
  • Yes right now i'm struggling a lot to get back in touch with reality is like i'm disconnected from everyone and everything, nothing excites me anymore i just pretend so people wont worry about me, i dont even know how i walk through the day people keep telling about conversations that i don't even remember having. i dont know its just really hard to say whats a dream and whats reality.
  • i would say i adjust fairly well. lol!
  • What is reality?
  • No. I live there 24/7. Happy Wednesday! :)
  • Nope ...not anymore . I have you with me , Mommy ... why should I worry about anything at all :) !
  • reality is what we create for ourselves. Everybody else's reality is different and is just an accumulation of random thoughts. I thought about it seriously one day and I thought that there is definitely only one things that make is different - our genes, we are different, this makes for a different characteristic and generally different perceptions, which can also be shaped by our environment. I don't think we are dealt " a card" though, we should look to shaping our lives how we want them to be. my reality is based around the theory that we change our lives at any given time, if we don't like the way we live we can certainly change. My reality has at times been lonely, so I changed, my reality has also been magical because I chose to expand my mind, I like living in my reality, because i have created it. I cannot be restricted by vocabulary and what words mean, becasue someone chose to create those, my interpretation of those words is completely different and is supported by my own theories. Reality doesn't really exist...
  • I am really trying my best.. I wish I can achieve something pretty soon..
  • I believe so - in fact I tend to escape it with alcohol.
  • yes. that is human. but i think my struggle is a very positive one. i identify with many religions, but i strongly identify with buddhist philosophy. i believe that suffering is a natural part of life. indeed, all of life is a struggle. how happy you are in life is a matter of perception and how you respond to challenges. your reality in simplest terms is your mindset. your world gets turned upside down when the events in life do not meet your expectations or when other peoples realities collide with your own and you glimpse another persons perspective ~ thus opening your eyes to the other possibilities and alternate realities. i also identify with the hindu & mystics perspectives of the maya. maya is the illusion that the physical, phenomenal world of disparate objects and people is the only reality. every person, every physical object, from the perspective of eternity is like a drop of water in the oceans of time. we are evanescent. the goal of enlightenment is to understand this and to experience this: to see intuitively that the separate distinction between the self and the universe is a false dichotomy and unreal. the distinction between consciousness and physical matter, between mind and body, is the result of an unenlightened perspective. as long as the individual thinks that he is truly separate from the rest of creation and strives only to work for his own ends, protecting & defending his own ego or individuality, instead of serving others, he suffers from illusion, and his ego continues its repetitive cycle of suffering the same lifessions shaped by endless desires. the purpose of human life is to realize this truth and work for unity with the divine. god is interconnectedness. namaste.
  • Yes, but after a while you accept reality and have a positive outlook on life.
  • Naw, not at all. It is what it is. Might as well get on with it. Woops, I already answerd this.
  • No ! Reality has always seemed to hit me in the face all my life. It's all about accepting it and moving on.
  • Only in April, right before the 15th!!!!!!LOL
  • Nope. I learned in Vietnam that it's very wise to adjust rapidly to each moment's reality. It's likely you'll end up rather dead if you don't. : )
  • >> Do you struggle to adjust to reality? Nahh. I'm a Republican, so I adjust reality to fit my beliefs. :)
  • Nope, I give up my hope with this reality.
  • No..reality smacks me upside the head on a regular basis..lol :)
  • only where my kids are concerned!!
  • no, i believe i m a person living a ttrue practical life.
  • No matter how hard I try, reality always catches up to me
  • I think reality struggles to adjust to me.
  • I used to, until I realized that it was my struggle that took me out of sync with reality. I found that if I just let things happen, I will stay in reality.
  • Yeah. Most of the time I can't without screaming rather loudly. So while I don't have anything to distract me, I pretend I'm watching video footage.
  • No because there is no reality everones reality is different because they see things in a different way espeically with politics apparently the world is flat when you talk politics.
  • "Instead, I fight to adjust to reality, I simply don't want to accept it and I won't!!!"
  • Sometimes. Particularly when I don't like it.
  • I think being optimistic is always a safe bet. We have to roll with the bad and we also have to expect that good things will also happen to us.
  • No. I am a realist. However I have to struggle to adjust to a world which is fast becoming virtual.
  • I struggle to make REALITY adjust to ME!

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