“You should have seen me when I was younger. I was something else then.”
“Just wait until I’m older and bigger. Then I’ll show you what I can do.”
If all we do is remember the strength of our past, then we’re denying ourselves the wisdom and abilities we carry with us in the present. And we deny the lessons that age teaches us about slowing down, being still, and letting things be the way they are. If we’re waiting for the future to be happy, we’re robbing ourselves of the vitality and joy in our lives right now.
Stop reminiscing about the past and anticipating the joys of the future—that time when you become all powerful, bigger, and better than you are now.
You’re as good as you need to be today. Let yourself be who you are, then enjoy being exactly that.
Rise to the occasion of today.
God, help me be the best me that I can be.
From the book: More Language of Letting Go
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