Five Things to Hold on to about Letting Go

You cannot hold on forever nor let go all the time – may it be an ideal, a dream, a memory, a special someone, a special something, even love and indifference.

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“There’s a right time to hold on and another to let go…”

You cannot hold on forever nor let go all the time – may it be an ideal, a dream, a memory, a special someone, a special something, even love and indifference.

And as we let go we gain a piece of us that will make us a better person than who we are while we were still holding on. For me it is often a better understanding of life that I think will grow once scattered at another person’s fertile heart.

L-earn from every circumstance. Hold on to the good intangible things we get out of the situation. Neither the state of euphoria nor the bitter pangs of crisis last, lessons do.

E-mbrace the wind of change. No journey has ever been charted by staying in the same place. Go places.

You may not need to be always on the run but move on when it is time to. While a rolling stone gathers no moss a statutory one misses the beauty of the other side of the mountain. Roll if you have to, break if you have to, transform because you have to.

T-each your heart to hold on to what is good according to the Truth because the enemy of best is the good. The world will lure you to stay anchored on sinking sand that glitters. It’s not enough to recognize an opportunity when it comes. You must also know which one is for you. Watch your motives. Teach your heart.

G-ive yourself away. When you go out there bring an empty bag. Make it big enough you can fit all necessary things you are to pick up along the way. Make it sturdy enough to weather the seasons. At the end of every road, it must be empty again. Slowly unload the good stuff at every intersection, you are meant to hold on for this reason.

O-bey the call of life. You have been called for great things that are, most of the time, difficult to explain to the world. Remember that you do not have to. When it is time to stay, hold on. When it is time to move on, LET GO!

Author: Ivy Rufin

Ivy Rufin is a wordsmith-in-progress. She believes that she is a continuing work of art and so are her works. An average Jane with an enormous appetite for life. Here, she hopes to share her thoughts in an attempt to practice the craft, express herself and communicate with other souls out there who pursue the same goals. For now, she struggles to write daily and more often than not, it’s not her it’s the coffee talking.

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