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Letting go

Letting go

I appreciated the wise thoughts in Letting Go and wanted to share them with you. Royal Gold Lily croppedFor me, they make sense for family, friends, neighbours, colleagues, and yes, even acquaintances and strangers.


Letting Go – Author Unknown

LETTING GO does not mean to stop caring … it means not to take responsibility for someone else.

LETTING GO is not to cut myself off from others … it’s realizing I can’t control others.

LETTING GO is not to try to change or blame others … but to make the most of myself.

LETTING GO is not to care for … but to care about.

LETTING GO is not to be in the middle arranging … but to be on the sidelines, cheering.

LETTING GO is not to be protective … it’s to permit another to face reality.

LETTING GO is not to deny … but to accept.

LETTING GO is not to nag, scold or argue … it is to search out my own shortcomings and correct them.

LETTING GO is not to adjust everything to my desires … but to take each day as it comes, and cherish myself in it.

LETTING GO is not to criticize and regulate others … but to be what I can become.

LETTING GO is not to regret the past … but to grow and live for the future.

LETTING GO is to fear less and love more.

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