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Quitting QuoteToday I learned one of the greatest lessons life has to offer, by doing what I should have done some time ago. I learned the power of letting go. I wanted to share this, because there are many people who are just like me. They have been holding on to something past the point of its purpose. Here is the funny thing, normally I am not the person that holds onto things. If it is in the garage and we do not use it. I am the first to ask. What are we going to do with this? However, this inclination did not spill over into every area of my life.

Let me Quit quit quit quit quit quit quit quit quit quit quit quit quit  that I am letting go of an 11 year relationship with the church I attended. I can tell you that in many

yourself, if what you are holding on to has actual value for what lies ahead. It is much like something that sits in your home or garage that you know you will never use again, but you keep it anyway. Whenever you are holding onto something that you cannot use anymore, you are actually occupying the space of what you could use, but it cannot arrive because you have a place holder.  

Let me say it this way, letting go of something allows you to take hold of something new.

This one point is important to know, because you should have a fair knowledge of what you are currently holding on to, but you have no idea of what you could possibly possess if you let it go. So before you let go ask yourself these 4 questions

s Ait is a tough thing to do, because I have forged relationships with many people, their children, their grandchildren, and everyone in between, and although it not easy, it is necessary. There are not many places where you witness your own growth and maturity and this church was that place for me. There are many elements of this relationship that has impacted my life immeasurably with every experience. I would say the good and the bad has impacted me, but I can only say that is has been good as I have learned the skill of turning bad experiences into life lessons.