1. "It is what it is". Often I hear this said when things go bad and people want to rationalize it, or to excuse their lack of action. Things sometimes are too massive to be moved by singular actions, but more often than not, we can push and make some small changes. Sometimes it is what we make of it.

  2. So the origin of this phrase is actually quite inspiring. I think it was from the Brits while they were being bombed relentlessly during WWII and it really sums up British sentiment while fighting a war they didn't start for the fate of humanity so to speak. Not trying to talk down your frustration with the phrase, just fascinated with it's origins.

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