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Let Go of What’s Not Mine

On June 19, 2012 I was 79 years old, and starting to live my 80th year. I decided to write down Things I Have Learned So Far:

3. Let Go of What’s Not Mine

For a number of years I participated in a program called “Best Year Yet.” And my oldest daughter Donna was my coach. Each year I would come up with a motto of sorts for the year.

One year it was: Let Go of What’s Not Mine.

I found I was worrying about some of my adult children or trying to manage someone else’s life or trying to control the ways things went at the church. And the reality was that many of those situations weren’t mine at all.

If I would, I could let go of it.

Just let it go.

Because it isn’t mine.

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