If it starts to rain just as you have to leave your house, that is unfortunate. But if you have to go out, apart from putting on a raincoat or getting your umbrella, or cancelling your appointment, there isn’t much you can do about it. You can’t stop the rain no matter how much you want to. Should you be upset about this? Or should you just be philosophical? ‘Being philosophical’ simply means accepting what you can’t change. What about the inevitable process of growing older and the shortness of life? How should you feel about these features of the human condition? Same again?
[A little history of philosophy, Nigel Warburton]
I don't understand of the question "Same again?" in the context. Could you explain it to me? I think it means "Being philosophical again? Is it correct?