Absolutely, but what bothers me is that some people tend to confuse their limitations with their flaws!
I'm a huge believer that limitations are the arena of what we can't "do", while flaws are merely a byproduct of our subconscious program, that is they can always be destroyed whenever we pay the price!
For instance, I can't bike! I fell 3 times when I tried to learn during my childhood and my parents didn't bother giving a push and empowering me, as if it was not their job... This is a limitation of which I am aware. I can obviously learn now, but I decided I could live without it!
More to the point, a limitation can be fully accepted without it impacting our healthy balance and life overall, while we can't say the same about the flaws!
I can get so pissed off of some imposters telling their followers: you need to accept your demons and make of them your friends!
I'm like "Are you f*cking kidding me?" Yes, we need to accept that they exist whenever we start the adventure, that as ugly as they could be, they are part of our program which is defining the distorted version of us or what I like to call the "filter". Yes, we need to be self-compassionate and gentle with ourselves when meeting them. But, NO, we should never accept keeping them!