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Let go of the details you can’t control

Let go of the details you can’t control Let go of the details you can’t control
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When you learn to let go of the details you can’t control, the amount of time and energy you’ll be able to devote to the things you can control will give you the ability to accomplish incredible feats.

The same can be said of most life and career situations. Let go of your ego, Reno!

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Amen. There is a constructive way to say almost anything. Fear of hurting someone's feelings is lazy and selfish. Thank you for this post. God bless 🙏

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People are trying to find a purpose to live for. So can it be said that when the purpose would be found people would be glad to live. Have faith and believe in god, purpose is coming soon.

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Sadguru ji you're contradicting your own thoughts. If a person isn't experiencing his/her life, how he/she can have problems. It's neutral. So how is there an end of problems ?

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This puts me in the mind of Virginia Woolf's 'A Room of One's Own'.

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