No Turning Back

There is no turning back to yesterday, or to last month, or to last year. No matter how much you wish you could go back and live there again, or how much you wish you could change what happened, you just can’t go back. You have to keep moving forward, my beautiful friend. You have to summon all of your inner strength … and focus on who you want to be now. Who you want to be tomorrow. It might take everything you have to let go of yesterday, but once you do, you can start finding peace.” – Nikki Banas

How do you feel about letting go?

Are you ready to let go?

Are you able to let go?

Can you face the truth that you can’t change the past?

That what happened has happened, and can’t be undone?

I know you can do it.

I know that it’s hard.

But I know that you’re fierce, and I know that you’re strong.

Maybe take the first step.

It’s a journey – I know.

You deserve to be happy.

Hold on to that hope.

12 thoughts on “No Turning Back

  1. Absolutely, you must be willing to let go. It’s one of the best gifts you can hand to yourself. Infact,one of my postive affirmation is- I let go of the past and all its misgivings. I welcome this day and I participate fully in it inorder to enjoy the bounties that comes with it. Thank you for the motivation.

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  2. There is a lot of work into letting go. It’s easily said but I discovered that first you need to know what exactly you need to let go. You need to define it, to pinpoint it, to live through it before you can let go.
    It’s a beautiful saying and very very wise but not so easy to do.

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    • I absolutely agree with you. Letting go is important but it happens slowly, in stages, as we get more insight and healing. It’s not “a once and for all decision” either. Sometimes something triggers the pain, or transports us back into the past, and we can fine we have to work on letting go all over again. A great comment. Thanks kachaiweb!

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