Hold on or let go?

Posted by Samantha on November 8, 2011 in Letting Go |

All the art of living lies in a fine mingling of letting go and holding on.

Havelock Ellis, British physician and psychologist (1859 – 1939)

Letting go and holding on for parents:

A perfect time to let go!

Let go of worry.  Hold on to trust.

Let go of criticism.  Hold on to encouragement.

Let go of despair.  Hold on to hope.

Let go of telling.  Hold on to listening.

Let go of teaching.  Hold on to learning.

Let go of punishment.  Hold on to consequences.

Let go of tough.  Hold on to kind.

Let go of busy.  Hold on to relaxed.

Let go of doubt.  Hold on to faith.

Let go of fear.  Hold on to love.

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