Let it go has two meanings

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‘Let it go’ has two very important meanings.

The first one is to let something go, to accept it, to let it pass, or to come to terms with it. This is the first and perhaps most important stage in moving on with life at times.

The second meaning of let it go is to release yourself, to break away from what’s holding you back, or to break free. This is the first and perhaps most important stage in beginning anew.

Letting go means you can forget about the past, at least momentarily, and focus on the future. Letting go means you can live how you had originally intended, with a new vigor for life.

Sometimes letting go is all we can do. Sometimes letting go is the best thing we can do. We always have the chance to let go.

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