letting go of what no longer serves a purpose

i thought i knew everything about unconditional love and the power it holds. what i didn’t realize is that when you see signs that it no longer serves you | meaning is fulfilling your core | we must let it go.

 

although we fight to the end to keep something alive that isn’t | realistically | going to make our future, we know in the end it is only a mere reflection of what might be. facing reality means you must face all of your demons even if it hurts. you have to look at what makes sense, why you doing things that no longer matter and end complications.

when you feel strongly about something | on the other hand | like love, it is harder to admit truth. the feelings that overcome you the next morning  | when you make those conscious decisions of letting go | are the question and answer period.

i for one have been down this road many times and this morning, i am not questioning anything.

the right thing to do has to be firm, no regrets and remember your decision was yesterday. although you feel as though a piece of your life has ended, remember the future is but a mere moment away.

“At some point, you gotta let go, and sit still, and allow contentment to come to you.”
Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat, Pray, Love

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