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Is the vulnerabilty thing to overcome or thing to accept?

Vulnerabilty is the common issue that most people are struggling for.

I, also, have tried to deal with my vulnerability effectively by overcoming it but the more I tried, the more I failed. Everytime I failed, I put myself in more vulnerable position.

Then, I thought the vulnerability might not be something that you should overcome but something that you should accept. But, at this point, I wonder what the word "accept" means. Is it really possible to accept my vulnerability? Do you think you can live happily embracing your vulnerability?

I will appreciate if you share your way of thinking about vulnerability.
Thank you:)

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  • Jan 10 2012: I believe that a vulnerability is a weakness. Although most people are not worried about it, we should strive to deal with our vulnerabilities and also to accept them. The first thing to do is to accept or to acknowledge that a certain thing in your life is causing you to be vulnerable. Then we should sharpen these skills to become as Well-Rounded as possible.


    A good teacher can never be fixed in a routine... each moment requires a sensitive mind that is constantly changing and constantly adapting.
    A teacher must never impose this student to fit his favourite pattern; a good teacher functions as a pointer, exposing his student's Vulnerability (and) causing him to explore both internally and finally integrating himself with his being. Martial art should not be passed out indiscriminately.
    -Bruce Lee
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      Jan 11 2012: Mr. Kang, thank you for your honest comment:)

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