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May 18, 2024

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That’s Life: How to Get Over It and Keep Moving Forward

Introduction: Life is a complex journey filled with ups and downs, unexpected twists, and moments of joy and sorrow. It’s…

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Life is a series of moments, experiences, and emotions, some of which will come and go like tides at the seashore. Just like the natural ebb and flow of the ocean, we too are in constant motion. Our happiness, relationships, opportunities, and even our thoughts don’t remain stagnant but shift continuously. The essence of this movement lies in a simple mantra: If it comes, let it; if it goes, let it.

The Nature of Change

Change is inevitable. Seasons change, days turn into nights, and we grow older with each passing year. Holding onto any phase, feeling, or experience is like trying to capture the wind in our hands. The inherent nature of life is impermanence, and it’s vital to accept and flow with it, rather than resist or fight against it.

Relationships: A Prime Example

Consider relationships. People enter and exit our lives for various reasons. Sometimes they stay for a lifetime, while others are present only for a season. By adopting a ‘let it come, let it go’ attitude, we allow ourselves to experience relationships without the burden of expectation. We can appreciate the joy, love, and lessons they bring, and when it’s time to part ways, we can do so with grace, understanding that each person has their own journey.

Opportunities: Not All Are Meant to Last

Opportunities, much like relationships, are not always permanent. Whether it’s a job, a project, or a chance to travel, every opportunity brings its own set of experiences. Missing out or letting go of one doesn’t mean the end. When we remain open and receptive, we’ll find that life continually presents us with new doors to explore.

Mindfulness and Detachment

Mindfulness teaches us to stay present. By focusing on the ‘now’, we can fully immerse ourselves in experiences without becoming overly attached. This doesn’t mean we shouldn’t care or invest our emotions. Instead, it means enjoying the present without becoming overly concerned about the future or clinging to the past.

Benefits of Letting Go

  1. Emotional Freedom: Holding onto past hurts, grudges, or fears restricts our emotional wellbeing. By letting go, we free ourselves from negative energy and open our hearts to new experiences.
  2. Flexibility: Accepting the ebb and flow of life makes us more adaptable to change, ensuring we remain resilient in the face of challenges.
  3. Inner Peace: Recognizing that everything has its time allows us to find peace in the midst of chaos. We learn that it’s okay to move on and that sometimes, it’s the best thing we can do for ourselves.

In Conclusion

The philosophy of “if it comes, let it; if it goes, let it” is more than just a mantra. It’s a way of living that encourages acceptance, understanding, and growth. By embracing the impermanence of life, we allow ourselves to experience the richness of every moment, free from the chains of attachment. So, as life unfolds its myriad of experiences before you, remember to flow with its currents and appreciate every tide, knowing that with every ebb comes a new flow.


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