77 thoughts on “Letting Go

  1. Very clever. I like the analogy…I was told it in a different way a few years ago..Have did deep in the memory box for it though

  2. I like this one! I contributed you along with several other inspirers a nomination to One Lovely Blog Award. It’s posted on my last posting.
    Thanks, for allowing to put the glass down for the moment to see what it mirrors within me.

  3. This story was a brilliant really, couldnΒ΄t be more true. I found the analogy of the glass of water with life smart and also found it to be true some time ago, which makes for a better life. Or making you a stronger person.

  4. Reblogged this on WritingLife and commented:
    Worries. Stresses. Hurts. Hold them for a while, but learn to put them down. Recognize your battles, acknowledge the struggle, then let go.. Surely God doesn’t want us to break our own arms. πŸ™‚

      1. right-o! i really appreciate this comment, and i’m so glad you wrote it.
        it’s very easy to find a foothold with righteous indignation when we’ve been wounded without provocation… sometimes, it gets to be a habit that’s hard to admit. when opportunities to face the habit surface… victimhood goes away, and getting square in your skin can be very humbling.

        thanks for writing.

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