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When you let go,

You create space for better things to enter your life.

I don’t know about you, but I’m not getting any younger.  As a matter of fact, I never thought I would ever be this old.  65.  And I wouldn’t go back one single day.

I don’t fear death.  I don’t have time to think about it.  And why would I?  I would be shitting on this perfect moment right in front of my nose—it’s magical—and will never come again.

I’m not bummed about my body getting older, saggier, weaker.  It is what it is.  And I bet a lot of dead people would have given their eye teeth to reach age 65.  I’m pretty lucky.

I do believe the more trips around the sun, the more experiences, interactions and life itself filled up the disc space in my brain pretty rapidly.  I’m fortunate to have had lots of good memories and life experiences.  So once my disc is full, some of the data has to be deleted.  Thus, memory loss.  The unimportant stuff, like “where are my car keys.”  Don’t sweat the small stuff.

Thus valuable daily lessons to help prevent me from uncomfortable or frustrating incidences.  If I lose my car keys three times, I don’t deserve to drive.

My priorities straighten themselves out as I free up the disc space in my mind.  Get rid of the stuff that doesn’t serve me.  That keep the better things from entering my life.

Letting go.  Simplifying.  Prioritizing.  With that comes peace…and freedom.

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