No Strings Attached
“There is no such thing as a little freedom. Either you are all free, or you are not free.” – Walter Cronkite
We tell ourselves to “let go” or “let go and let God,” but then we don’t fully trust the process or God. We create a safety net, a back-up plan. Like a yo-yo, we let it go but keep a string tied to it so it keeps coming back at us. Letting go means cutting the string and releasing it fully.
Until we actually let go of past hurts, unforgiveness, offense, disappointment, judgment, fear and assumptions, they will continue to come back to ensure that the future is a replica of the past and today is lost gathering stones that weigh us down, stuck in the abyss of false narratives and comfort of justification.
When we let go, no strings attached, we create a space for gratitude, delight, awe, transformation, joy, peace and freedom.
Rewrite your story by changing the narrative. The first step is to actually let go and take one step into new territory, into the wide-open space of possibility found beyond and within each of us when we dare to release what was to move into what can be.
Assume the best in others and yourself and cut the strings that bind. Move on, adventure ahead.
“Man is free at the moment he wishes to be.” – Voltaire