Quotes about letting go of something you love
Letting Go Quotes (946 quotes)
90 Letting Go Quotes For Finally Moving On
Looking for popular inspiring quotes on letting go and moving on? Check out our collection of Top sayings. If you want to move forward, you need to let go the past that drags you down. Take that big leap forward without hesitation, without once looking back. Simply forget the past and forge toward the future.
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Letting go small things in our life is very difficult so letting go of someone you love is hardest like you are taking a sip of poison but in a relationships sometimes a time come when you really need to let it go and move on for even more better. The time when you decide to let your love go is very tough and you need power to control yourself. - Sign in with Facebook Sign in options.
Last Updated on July 21, Letting go can be one of the most difficult things you can do in your life. That is why I made this collection of quotes about letting go and moving on. It is here to show how many other people, even those famous and powerful, have had a tough time letting go in their lives. Letting go is tough. Letting go of the past can be even harder, but it can often be the best thing to do in any situation. Holding on to old ways, self-absorbed people, past ideas, or bad habits only causes pain and more of the same.
Katrina Mayer via OptimisticallyAstray. You texted me while I was in the shower. And just now you want to ask. Probably on the phone with your boyfriend or with your new best friend, wondering why I let almost four years of friendship go down the drain. Probably crying, like you have so many times to me about your other friends. Well, I shaved my legs. I washed my hair.
Letting go of relationships, the past, our beliefs, the status quo, our fears, our hopes and dreams, our youth, and our sense of control. Life is about change, and change is often scary and painful. We want to cling to what we have, even when we know what we have isn't what we really want or need. Then we sit in bitterness and remorse, giving up the only real control we have in life — the ability to let go and begin anew. What if we could simply accept that change is inevitable and that the only sane response to it is releasing our resistance to it? I know it's not easy to simply let go, but once you do, you recognize how powerfully liberating it is.