“Let go of the people who dull your shine, poison your spirit, and bring you drama. Cancel your subscription to their issues.”
I’ll let go of you,
If you let go of me.
It is truly freeing when you let go and just accept what is. You find life is more beautiful when you give up the illusion of control. – Meredith Kerr
Let go of those who are already gone
LETTING GO IS THE EASY PART IT’S THE MOVING ON THAT’S PAINFUL SO SOMETIMES WE FIGHT IT TRYING TO KEEP THINGS THE SAME THINGS CAN’T STAY THE SAME THOUGH AT SOME POINT YOU JUST HAVE TO LET GO MOVE ON BECAUSE NO MATTER HOW PAINFUL IT IS IT’S THE ONLY WAY WE GROW. – MEREDITH GREY
If your heart hurts a little after letting go of someone or something, that’s okay. It just means that your feelings were genuine. No one likes ends. And no one likes pain. But sometimes, we have to put things that were once good to an end after they turn toxic to our wellbeing. Not every new beginning is meant to last forever. And not every person who walks into your life is meant to stay. – Najwa Zebian
“Letting go doesn’t mean that you don’t care about someone anymore. It’s just realizing that the only person you really have control over is yourself.” ― Deborah Reber
“Do yourself a favor and learn how to walk away. When a connection starts to fade, Learn how to let it go. When a person starts to mistreat you, learn how to move on.. to something and someone better. Don’t waste your energy trying to force something that isn’t meant to be. Because the truth is.. for every one person who doesn’t value you – there are tons more waiting to love you better. Do better.”
Sometimes you let go of people without even noticing. You stop thinking of them every day. You stop waiting for them to reply to you. You stop allowing them to take up so much space in your life. You move on, you go about your day without worrying about them. You stop expecting them to come back with an apology. You accept that they are no longer a part of your life. You just let them go, simple as that.
Let things come and go. The things that are meant to stay will stay
“If you can’t do anything about it then let it go. Don’t be a prisoner to things you can’t change.” – Tony Gaskin
Life is a balance of holding on and letting go.
Let it all go.
See what stays
“Let go of the attachment, keep the lesson” ~L.J. Vanier
When you gave up on someone or on people, it doesn’t always mean you stopped loving him or her or them. Sometimes, what it means is you can’t pity yourself, tell you can carry on, forgive even nobody deserves forgiveness, wait for something that seems very impossible, hope that everything will eventually be alright, and fool yourself by believing your own lies-anymore.
We give up not always because we are too weak to endure and persist, but sometimes because we are too emotionally exhausted, we want to end our suffering and give ourselves the self-love we deserves-already. – Jerico Silvers
“There is a big difference between giving up and letting go.
Giving up means selling yourself short. It means allowing fear
and struggle to limit your opportunities and keep you stuck.
Letting go means freeing yourself from something that is no
longer serving you. It means removing toxic people and belief
systems from your life so that you can make room for
relationships and ideas that are conducive to your wellbeing
and happiness. Giving up reduces your life. Letting go expands it.
Giving up is imprisoning. Letting go is liberation. Giving up is
self-defeat. Letting go is self-care. So the next time you make
the decision to release something or someone that is stifling
your happiness and growth, and a person has the audacity to
accuse you of giving up or being weak, remind yourself of the
difference. Remind yourself that you don’t need anyone’s
permission or approval to live your life in the way that feels
right. No one has the authority to tell you who to be or how
to live. No one gets to decide what your life should look like
or who should be a part of it. No one, but you.”
– Daniell Koepke