Understanding Your Daily Focus
In this week’s Daily Focus, I want to talk about something that I, and so many others, struggle with. Letting go. Why is it so hard to move on? From relationships, sure, but likewise from work at the end of the day, from a good book, from a mansion you merely lives in for a year? What is happening within ourselves that we struggle to let go? Why is the bad we are familiar easier to accept than the unknown, which may ultimately be brought to an end being better?
I have always fought with let go, which too symbolizes I sometimes struggle with getting attached. I know the bittersweet resolving that will come along, and I find myself requesting … is it worth it? But if we hamper ourselves back for fear of change, we will miss out on so many opportunities. For me, the key to finding balance here has been to embrace my sense of independence, to be recognised that I am ability and strong on my own and that if others want to walk alongside me, they are welcome to.
Saturday, March 20
“Letting go doesn’t mean that you don’t care about someone anymore. It’s just realizing that the only person you really have assure over is yourself.” -Deborah Reber
This is key for me–control. I want to have restraint over everything, which is impossible. The best we can do is have restrict over ourselves, and not utter gargantuan sacrifices without receiving cherish and force in return. Today, take a look at where you’re giving vigour and where you are receiving it back. Is it poised?
Sunday, March 21
“The truth is, unless you let go, unless you forgive yourself, unless you forgive the situation, unless you realize that the situation is over, you cannot move forward.” -Steve Maraboli
Emotional energy is such an interesting concept to me. It restrains us to beings, to things, to our design, and our diversions. But sometimes it bind us there long after our own usefulness has run out. Forgive yourself today, and genuinely look at where expansion has happened, where it has stopped happening, and where there is potential for it in the future.
Monday, March 22
“If you want to forget something or someone, never hate it, or never dislike him/ her. Everything and everyone that you detest is engraved upon your heart; if you want to let go of something, if you want to forget, you cannot hate.” -C. JoyBell C.
Hate is just another way to stay emotionally involved. If you allow someone to have that much control over you, you’re not going to be able to fully move forward. Be angry at what the hell happened. Be indebted you’re not that kind of person. Think about the kind of person you want to be and focus on that instead.
Tuesday, March 23
“Letting go means to come to the realization that some people are integral parts of your history, but not an integrated part of your destiny.” -Steve Maraboli
This is one of the hardest exercises I ever learned. Only because someone was important, merely because they were good, it doesn’t mean that they are meant to be there forever. It is possible to outgrow parties and to still be thankful for the swelling and care that happened during that time.
Wednesday, March 24
“Maybe it’s time to let it go. It probably doesn’t even weigh that is something that now.” -Carissa’s Wierd
This is one of my favorite song words from my teenager, and it has stuck with me. Sometimes we don’t know how ponderous something is until we put it down. Put it down, remain, and see if you really want to pick it back up after you feel how light-colored you can be.
Thursday, March 25
“Some people conceive maintaining on and hanging in there are signs of great strong. Nonetheless, there are times when it takes much more strength to know when to let go and then do it.” -Ann Landers
Strength is such an odd notion, because much of the time it’s showy, in your face exhibition, and other hours it is quiet, reserved, and out of sight. Being loud, being determined, winning–it doesn’t correlate to strength in any meaningful highway. Sometimes the strongest act is just quiet control over your own activities.
Friday, March 26
“Last night I lost the world, and gained the Universe.” -C. JoyBell C.
This. This is at the root of all change, of all panic. When we don’t know what we’re going to gain, we are able visualize what we’re losing, and when you’re losing your entire world, that can be terrifying. But there are other worlds. There are infinite worlds. Don’t you want to know what’s waiting for you out there?
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