No Holds

In order to become truly free, one must completely let go to attachments of all things, including but not prohibited to relationships of any kind, work, art, ideas, purpose, life, etc. Often, but not always, these attachments are spoken with the words “mine” or “my” as in “my art,” or “That chair is mine.” This is one of the largest obstacles we face as human beings.

Let go doesn’t mean relinquish and vanquish such things, but living in a way that one allows all things to flow through them. One should live as though they are comfortably detached, meaning, should any of these things disappear at any time, for any reason, it is of no consequence either way.

However, this does not mean one should not be conscience of their actions. The actions we take guide and influence future thoughts and other actions.

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