The Art of Letting Go

We hold on to things that have no place in our lives. Past relationships. Unhealthy connections that hinder more than they nourish. We keep holding on as the baggage begins to accumulate.

We add on worrying about the life ahead and pain from something another person has done to us. We add on sorrow from unfortunate disasters and grief from those who are no longer with us. The list goes on and on and on.

These are the things that slow us down. These are the things that hinder us. Throw it off. Let go of the things that prevent you from being your best and that are not serving you. They will not add any more years to your one-and-only life.

I will not say it will be easy because I would be lying if I did. However, you can do it. We all can. Begin to change your mindset, and reevaluate your life. Is it hurting more than helping? This is the type of question you have to ask yourself. Look at the end goal: to feel better, to be better.

Your movements will be quicker and swifter. Your mind will be sharper. Your strength will increase as your inability decreases. You will be able to walk without stumbling and breathe without fret.

This is what you want. This what you need.

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9 thoughts on “The Art of Letting Go

  1. Beautifully written. It’s taken me a lot of time to realise this myself, but finally changing my mindset into the present moment, what I can do now, it’s helped me progress in ways I’ve never imagined. Thank you for that wonderful reminder of always focusing on progression and learning, not past regets or pain. x


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