100 Days of Solitude – Day 10

Letting go isn’t about forgetfulness. Letting go doesn’t mean to hate and want nothing to do with those you once held dear; for to hate is to say that you’ve been wrong, you made an ill choice. To hate is to say you’ve been deceived. To hate is to know they weren’t worth loving, much less worth burning your being with hate.

To let go is to make peace with one’s mind that what’s yours would never be taken away. It’s to fare them well with a prayer on your lips and appreciation in your heart. Letting go is to forgive.

Then she closed her eyes, and went to sleep.

5 responses

  1. “It’s to fare them well with a prayer on your lips and appreciation in your heart” <== it`s so hard to do 3ola! I mean to be persistent with it!

    Is she doing that, or trying to "begin" to do that now?
    Is it late for her soul?

    H.

  2. Pingback: 100 Days of Solitude – Day 10 (via Cinnamon Zone) « My journey…

  3. Forgivness is a very beautiful way of living, letting go leads to it and makes it easier, but is it that easy??
    I think depends on how deep you were injured …

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