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Starting the new year, as parents, allow your child to learn and let go of his past mistakes but also remember to work on yourself by letting go of your child's mistakes.
He let go of the bags but punched her in the eye," said Miss Owen.
It only seemed like yesterday that you left our home and went on your way Be strong my son and face your fears and you'll be ready for the joys the laughs and the tears And alas the time has come and I can't let go of your hand my beautiful son Geraldine Costello, via email
Let go of your possessions, challenged Jesus; give them to the poor and Come follow me, unencumbered and free.
Over the course of many Easter seasons I have had to let go of lesser, even lifeless things - the steady paycheck attached to an emotionally toxic workplace; the dream of a relationship and the hope for married life; corrosive worry about how to provide for my needs, how to make my way in a world that felt like a heartless machine.
Let go of your possessions, your lifestyle of More that is making you ill.
When we let go of hunched shoulders, locked knees, or hyper-extended backs, we begin to get back to our primal state of grace.
Let go of that nagging feeling that something could go wrong.
Still, there is something bracing about a 74-year-old scholar who cannot let go of the God he thinks has let go of him.
The man then let go of Emily before getting back into his vehicle and driving off.
Think of an incident or person you want to forgive or accept or let go of, but up until now have not been able to: a disagreement with your partner, someone being rude to you, an altercation with your child, a frustrating interaction with a coworker.
And fall is the perfect time to let go of negative physical and emotional patterns.
The mother told how she was holding both her children in her arms, but because of the severity of the flood she faced the agonising decision of having to let go of one of the two youngsters.