Letting in and letting go
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Letting in and letting go

Both require faith and can be equally challenging depending on the degree of perceived risk.

We can’t let go without letting in and we can’t let in until we let go.

A wee conundrum for those who value certainty. And on some level we all value certainty, albeit to varying degrees.

Letting go without being willing to let in feels like freefall.  

Letting in without being willing to let go feels like overwhelm.

The cost of not doing either is stagnation. Water minus an inlet or outlet becomes a swamp.

Where in your life might you be stagnating?

Our heads know the story.

Our hearts know the truth.