Such a wise and thought provoking quote. But it’s easier said than done to let go, however, lately I have been doing exactly that.
Three awful things have happened to me in the last four years. I lost my beautiful, kind Mum to Cancer, immediately after her death my father moved in with another woman I had never even heard of and around all this I discovered my Sister was exactly the monster I suspected she may be.
I went through so many emotions, all at the same time, anger, bitterness, disgust, sadness and a feeling that my world was crumbling around me. My Husband was amazing, but this led my thoughts to fear, If anything happened to him, I would truly have no one, I would be alone in the world. It’s not true of course, I have a small circle of life long friends that are as good as family, but when you are in crisis, you spiral.
I did dig my way out, over time, with support, I also remembered I had a spine, so being spineless was a waste of time. Now I am content, I feel safe and happy and loved, for which I am eternally grateful. To all you dear people out there, please remember you are not alone, if no one else, you have me.