Saturday, February 23, 2008

Build A Bridge

I would just like to a bridge and get over it.

It amazes me how long people hold on. For some, grudges can last a lifetime. Letting go can be one of the most difficult and yet greatest accomplishments of your life. Yet few people are able to leave the past behind and move on to the future.

We all have those grudges that we refuse to release. They eat away at our peace and rob us of the joy in life. It’s acceptable to feel the pain or anger related to a broken trust or misplaced friendship. However, at some point, it’s time to “build a bridge and get over it.” Holding that grudge only adds fuel to the fire and reminds you of the pain every time you see or think of the person.

We all know someone that refuses to let go. Are you one of those people? Whatever it is that you are holding on to, ask yourself if it has improved your life. Are you happy or miserable? Are you holding on to a grudge that fuels your anger? Are you living in the past and missing out on the present? If you are, it’s time to let go. It’s time to build that bridge and cross over to the other side. begin again,
sometimes you lose,
sometimes you win,
but you begin again...
in time the sun will shine
and you begin again.

Let's just agree to disagree and be done with this once and for all.

Texas Fanilow

P.S. If you have no idea what I'm talking about here, count your blessings!


Anonymous said...

Very well said. Let bygones be bygones, or as I like to say: "Pull your head in and get over it!!!!!!"
Life is too short. so let's get on with life and enjoy every minute we have on this planet.
Your Aussie Friend.

Steph said...

There really isn't anything else that anyone can add to this...Bravo!


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