Moving On

Go on and just let go. Sweep out all those old resentments, disappointments, sadness, hurts of all kinds, and confusions galore. White knuckle flyer why are you holding on to all of them so tight? You know what? It’s simply a bore!

Even though it seems like you do, you really don’t have an infinite amount of time to live on this planet, so why spend it all bound up with negativity leaking in from every door? Remember, you have the power to change the direction you are heading for.

Moving on and letting go can be hard because you know all too well the misery you have been living with, and you don’t really know what’s behind that other door. Be brave and go for it. Close the door to what you know and take a chance on something so much more. You’ll be happy that you did because this will be the beginning of living your life with joy right up to the end.

Life is so good when you jump right in!

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21 thoughts on “Moving On

  1. As always Michelle you always have something to say that hits home for me. I’m fighting with letting go but it is hard. Too much hardship. I decided to work on developing my personal agenda to keep my mind off the negative parts of my life,

    • Hi, Jude. I agree, it is hard and it just wears a person down. That’s why I’ve taken this approach. I like yours too, “Developing a personal agenda to keep your mind off the negative parts of your life. Sounds good to me. Hang in there, everything will get better.

      Love you soul sister.

  2. smilecalm says:

    wonderful encouragement
    to houseclean, Michelle 🙂

  3. Trying to let go of a few things now–timely post.

  4. This has really ministered to me, thank you

  5. facetfully says:

    “Jump and the net will come”…Julia Cameron

  6. Moving on and letting go…I try to do both, but sometimes get caught up on the let go part. Beautiful words of encouragement, Michele–> Thank You!

    • I know from experience that letting go can be really hard, Elysha, but when you finally do the rewards are so worth it. There have been times when I asked myself, “Why didn’t I do this sooner?”

  7. littleboone says:

    I agree with you. Thank you for the post. I use the phase “What’s next?” If it’s done it’s done.

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