“There is something incredibly nostalgic and significant about the annual cascade of autumn leaves.”
― Joe L. Wheeler
Fall is the season of accepting the impermanence of life. As the leaves slowly change from green to yellow, orange and red, it is natural to feel nostalgic as we observe something so magical it almost seems intimate. As trees let their leaves fall to the ground, it makes you wonder if maybe there’s some things you’re holding onto that you might need to let go of, too.
Often times we can hold onto people, beliefs and “situationships” in the name of perseverance, not realizing that these weights can be doing our spirit more harm than good. Break away from the chains of doubt, hopelessness, fear and opposition; remember that you will never lose any of you as you go through the process of letting go of it. Without it, you are still capable, beautiful and worthy of all the grace and blessings the universe has in store for you. What or whoever you thought about while reading this, just know that it’s okay to let go. Feel the freedom of knowing that what is for you will never miss you, and what misses you was never yours in the first place.