Most people, including ourselves, don’t like change.
We get comfortable doing what we know.
This is true at home, in relationships at work and at church.
We get so used to the same things that we sometimes don’t know when to let go and when to hold on.
Just because you get comfortable and don’t want to change sometimes we must.
This is when we have to let go.
Letting go can be difficult but, even worse, hanging on can be detrimental to our very being.
Courtesy of Niecy Davis
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