Thank you for sharing!

2 thoughts on “Holding On and Letting Go

  1. I used to think ‘move on’ was a pithy way to scold – after years of dissecting what happened and why I thought as I did and often in order to control something I blamed myself I start to realize it is like floating down a river in a boat and coming upon rapids and a steep waterfalls with more rapids till you are tumped stranded on a rock in the middle of the raging rapids – looking back to see how you could have navigated differently or better only helps to understand how ill prepared for the unexpected rapids – to go forward we are still hampered without adequate life skills but that is only because we are afraid – we do not want to drown or be tumped again and so we moan about being stranded on the rock while being afraid to get off the rock.

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