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This prayer is Jewish. In the 11th-century, Solomon ibn Gabirol, the author of Adon Olam, wrote: At the head of all understanding is realizing what is and what cannot be, and consoling ourselves for what is not in our power to change. [Mibchar ha-Peninim (Choice of Pearls), Chapter 17 (Consciousness), verse 2]

At the head of all understanding is realizing what is and what cannot be, and consoling ourselves for what is not in our power to change.

This prayer is Jewish. In the 11th-century, Solomon ibn Gabirol, the author of Adon Olam, wrote: At the head of all understanding is realizing what is and what cannot be, and consoling ourselves for what is not in our power to change. [Mibchar ha-Peninim (Choice of Pearls), Chapter 17 (Consciousness), verse 2]

This prayer is Jewish. In the 11th-century, Solomon ibn Gabirol, the author of Adon Olam, wrote [Mibchar ha-Peninim (Choice of Pearls), Chapter 17 (Consciousness), verse 2]

At the head of all understanding is realizing what is and what cannot be, and consoling ourselves for what is not in our power to change.

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This prayer is Jewish. In the 11th-century, Solomon ibn Gabirol, the author of Adon Olam, wrote: At the head of all understanding is realizing what is and what cannot be, and consoling ourselves for what is not in our power to change. [Mibchar ha-Peninim (Choice of Pearls), Chapter 17 (Consciousness), verse 2]