If the art of being wise was what to overlook...

As I mentioned in my "reflections from heart and mind" blog, our choices make who we are or who we want to be. The post sets where I am approaching the topic from. My aim is to open a discussion or may be more to point out the relationship between overlooking and tolerating. We know overlooking is essential for our sanity, mental hygiene or even survival at certain circumstances.What do you overlook or what do you tolerate even they are not exactly what you want to see in your life at that point in time? Can overlooking be a mild form of denial in disguise or sort of rationalization for our choice?Would you agree that true friends are the ones who overlook our failures and tolerate our success?Regards,Mehmet Yildiz