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Letting Go ~ #UpbeatAuthors

Let go. Be free.

This particular Upbeat Authors post sounds more like the advice from a professional, and there are a lot of great articles online by people far wiser than myself, so I won't get into any of that. I think letting go is different for everyone, and a lot of it depends on how we view the statement, "Letting Go."

“If you want to fly in the sky, you need to leave the earth. If you want to move forward, you need to let go the past that drags you down.” Amit Ray

It can be tough to let go of things, of feelings, of grudges, control over things we can't control, or caring what other people think of us, but holding on is not the way to live. When we let go of the emotions and "things" that pollute our well-being, we become empowered and discover greater depths of strength within ourselves.

How do you let go?

And because it's fun, and the only part of the movie Frozen I really liked, here's a little musical rendition of "Let it Go."

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