Now more than ever we need to learn to be in the moment, be mindful of the things we have and to learn to let go. There is just so much uncertainty so spending time on the what if’s and what will be is just going to drive you nutso therefore learning to truly be in each moment will serve your Mental health the best! Instead of concentrating on what you don’t have right now which can also cause you more stress and anxiety, its best to be mindful of what you do have and cherish it. It’s okay to want more for your life, while also being grateful for what you have right now. And lastly…letting go is so damn freeing.. letting go of all the things you have zero control over will save your lots of wasted energy and will be great for your soul!!
I think these 10 quotes from https://www.marcandangel.com/2020/10/01/10-quotes-for-letting-go-of-how-life-should-be/ are just so perfect for the times we are in now and truly for any stage of life!!
1. We often take for granted the very things that most deserve our attention and gratitude. How often do you pause to appreciate your life just the way it is? Look around right now, and be thankful… for your health, your family, your comforts, your home. Nothing lasts forever.
2. Some of the most powerful moments in life happen when you find the courage to let go of what can’t be changed. Because when you are no longer able to change a situation, you are challenged to change yourself — to grow beyond the unchangeable. And that changes everything.
3. Letting go isn’t forgetting, it’s remembering without fear. It’s stepping forward with a present mind and a lesson learned. So just remind yourself right now: you are not your bad days, you are not your mistakes, you are not your scars, and you are not your past. Be here now. Be free.
4. Forgive yourself for the bad decisions you’ve made, for the times you lacked understanding, for the choices that hurt others and yourself. Forgive yourself, for being young and reckless. These are all vital lessons. And what matters most right now is your willingness to grow from them.
5. Be selective with your energy today. If you can fix a problem, fix it. If you can’t, then accept it and change your thoughts about it. Whatever you do, don’t attempt to invest more energy than you have, tripping over something behind you or something that only exists inside your head.
6. Life is change. You must accept the fact that things may never go back to how they used to be, and that this ending is really a new beginning.
7. Even though you cannot control everything that happens, you can control your attitude about what happens. And in doing so, you will gradually master change rather than allowing it to gradually master you. (Marc and I discuss this further in the “Adversity” chapter of 1,000 Little Things Happy, Successful People Do Differently.)
8. Every difficult life situation can be an excuse for hopelessness or an opportunity for growth, depending on what you choose to do with it.
9. In the midst of particularly hard days when I feel that I can’t endure, I remind myself that my track record for getting through hard days is 100% so far. (The same is true for you, too.)
10. Too often we waste our time waiting for a path to appear, but it never does. Because we forget that paths are made by walking, not waiting. And we forget that there’s absolutely nothing about our present circumstances that prevents us from making progress again, one tiny step at a time.