Letting Go

by Daniel · 0 comments

This is a wonderful piece sent to me by Liam Magnuson.

Most of us I think have an insatiable desire to do something about every
situation that occurs in our lives. We worry about this, we rush into
that, and we push our confused minds to the edge of despair. Weary from
our relentless struggling, we become short-tempered, highly critical, and
sometimes completely irrational. Little things become big things.
Everything in our lives becomes too much for us. Its like I have said many
times, If there’s no problem , there really is no problem. We should not
dwell on things we have no control of and those same things, somtimes
really do not matter in the “Big Picture ” we call life.

When this happens, we need to 銑et Go,” of our false pride, and admit that
we alone cannot understand or solve our present difficulties. Only when we
have the humility to admit our limitations can we receive the help we

Letting go of our false pride, however, is merely the first step. We also
need to “Let God” take a hand in our affairs by giving God permission to
work in our lives.. When we give our burdens to God expecting God’s help
our problems often solve themselves without our ever making any conscious
effort. Leaving our troubles with God frees our minds to receive new
perspectives which we could not receive while we were busily clutching our
sorrows and frustrations to us.

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