PHRASE:
To accept one's fate. To give in to the inevitable.
From an old saying of unknown origin.
"Fate is a stubborn mule; sometimes you've got to give in and make peace with the donkey."
"Joe decided to make peace with the donkey and accept his punishment like a man."
"There's no point in living in the past. Make peace with the donkey and get on with your life."
by James J. Mitchell September 06, 2006
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