Brilliant ideas that catch my eye in the middle of the afternoon

One mustn’t let things go but leave it behind. Letting go implies that you are stationary. Leaving it behind implies that you move ahead.

-Fantastic advice from a friend

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2 thoughts on “Brilliant ideas that catch my eye in the middle of the afternoon

  1. Interesting. However, I have PoV. (You may think of it to be a bit academic, still)

    Letting go is better because it lightens burden. To leave it, keeps within it, a possibility of it coming back. You have to consider the speed with which you move and de-risking being weighed down again. To let go, allows dissociation.

    Like I said, this could become purely an academic argument. 😀

  2. Isn’t the essence of both arguements – letting go and leaving behind – separation? So basically, one has to separate oneself from the thing/idea/opinion/reaction/person. Looks like we are discussing two ways of doing this. 🙂

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