I read somewhere ““Some people think it’s holding that makes one strong—sometimes it’s letting go.”
Cannot agree more with the above.We all live around so much jazz around life like feelings, expectations, profession, marriage, love,romance that we forget about ‘moments’ in life. These frills butts us in so many pressures of being a good wife, a good mom, a good daughter-in-law, a good friend, a good professional,a good socialite that we start conditioning ourselves to be the slaves of others imagery of us and also start expecting the same from people around us. Through the vicissitudes of life, I understood that ‘being good human was important’ and the others will fall into place on their own.
For once we have all been a person thinking that ‘If I do not communicate this, I will die” and in most situations its the complain ,the anger that we want to communicate and not the actual objective point of view of ours. We often mistaken “communicate” with “blurting it out”. This happened with me once, when I was fuming with some thought and was about to give a good piece of my mind to a loved one and suddenly in that moment of anger I said to myself, “I am not going to blurt it out, neither communicate..this is not as important in my life..I will let it go”…worked wonders!
We all have been forced to believe that life is a struggle and their are no real relationships in this world.I think If we let go of our preconceived notions on life ,relationships and people we might be able to notice the obviousness and that is ‘everybody has a point’ and they act accordingly so actually there is no point proving them wrong…one just has to let go.
So now I let go of my inhibitions, my fears, my failures, my achievements and at times my feelings too …to experience “how is it to live life without these frills attached”? I must say I am enjoying the ride!