What do you think that Maya Angelou meant by saying “If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude”?
Is there something that you could change for the better? Is there something that you could change your attitude towards?
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I think that Maya Angelou meant that if you want to change something then do and if you cant when she said change your attitude I think she meant don’t stay silent about it and pretend that you agree with something you don’t, say what you need to say and don’t let people put you down.
I think that Maya Angelou meant that if you want something to change don’t be silent and speak up for what you think, don’t let people put you down and don’t pretend to agree with something you don’t!
Say what you need to say about things.
I think that this quote means if you can change something you’re complaining about, then you better take action and get rid of whatever it is. If you can’t change it, then you need to change your outlook. Because without changing your point of view, you’re allowing it to bother you forever.
I think she meant that if you were to not like something, say because it tastes bad, you would have to be able to see it in a different mindset, and look at it in a new light.
I think she meant that if something is bothering you and your just going to sit around doing not doing anything about it nothing good is ever going to come from that
I think that she meant that if you dont like something then you should change it but if you cant change it then you will have to change your attutude by probably focusing on another thing that your interested in or following other dreams of yours
I think what Maya Angelou means that if you don’t like something, you could change it and make it the way you want it to be so you like it. But if it’s something you cannot change in any way at all, then change you attitude (how you feel) by looking, thinking or focusing on something else.I think it also means, don’t be afriaid to not like something.
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