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Letting Go

Published on 6/13/2019
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It's easy to resent what has happened.  We are raised with a sense of fairness, a sense of what is right and what is wrong.  Wrong is simply not right:  It is not fair that you should experience rejection, cruelty, betrayal.  It is not right.

Life, in fact, is fundamentally unfair.  What went on in your past, especially in your formative years truly formed you for good and for bad.  I can trace all my character flaws to the people and the circumstances of my youth.  I wasn't born edgy, angry, nervous.  I am still responding to those things that happened so many years ago, and I continue to resent what was unfair.

 But for every negative, a positive can emerge.  Learning from resentment does two things.  It allows you to acknowledge the injustice of it all.  That is an important step away from feeling yourself a victim.  It is unfair, and you have the right to resent that.  But then ask yourself what blessings are waiting to emerge from those experiences.

That's the power of learning, dealing with what denies and blocks peace is the foundation of that learning.  This is the stuff of the spiritual path.  Reconcile with the truth of your life, with the big, the bad, and the ugly.  With beauty and blessing.  With the tenacity of your spirit.  With weakness.  With betrayal.  With regret.  With the years that have passed.  With your destiny.  With the love that is trying to get in.  If you reconcile with all that, you reconcile with the truth of your life.

The goal is to make peace.  To make peace among the people in your world.  To make peace with your past.  To make peace in the very core of your being.  To make peace with your destiny.

Anything that stands in the way of that must be dealt with.  Let it go and it no longer has a hold on you.

Letting it go denies the power over you.  Forgiveness is learning to come to terms with the story of your life and releasing the pain of the past.

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