Again….

It is human nature to become too attached to things or people.  And it can be very difficult to find out how to let go from these attachments even if we know that they are not good for us. The Buddha even went so far as saying that our addictive behaviour is the root of all suffering. That is indeed is a very strong statement!

 

But why is it so difficult to let go? Why is it so hard to give up a bad habit or an ex-lover? The truth is that most of us suffer from a feeling of inner emptiness that we are trying to fill up with our various attachments – often without much success. One person may eat too much, another may cling to an unloving partner while a third may get addicted to social media. But none of this can fill our inner emptiness.

Read more at http://www.beliefnet.com/Faiths/Buddhism/Galleries/The-Art-of-Letting-Go.aspx#f41lAdP4dMfGIKYi.99

I have learned….. never…. ever…. to trust a man until he puts a title on something… no matter what he says… no matter what he does…. never ever trust a man until he shows you what you are worth. Until that you are allowing yourself to be second best to anything. You have no say so in anything and your feelings don’t matter because the two of you are NOT together.! im so very frustrated, that Im at the point where I just do not care anymore. I am not going to fight anymore, if I am tired of getting in the ring and not having someone to fight with.

It is human nature to become too attached to things or people.  And it can be very difficult to find out how to let go from these attachments even if we know that they are not good for us. The Buddha even went so far as saying that our addictive behaviour is the root of all suffering. That is indeed is a very strong statement!

 

But why is it so difficult to let go? Why is it so hard to give up a bad habit or an ex-lover? The truth is that most of us suffer from a feeling of inner emptiness that we are trying to fill up with our various attachments – often without much success. One person may eat too much, another may cling to an unloving partner while a third may get addicted to social media. But none of this can fill our inner emptiness.

Read more at http://www.beliefnet.com/Faiths/Buddhism/Galleries/The-Art-of-Letting-Go.aspx#f41lAdP4dMfGIKYi.99

It is human nature to become too attached to things or people.  And it can be very difficult to find out how to let go from these attachments even if we know that they are not good for us. The Buddha even went so far as saying that our addictive behaviour is the root of all suffering. That is indeed is a very strong statement!

 

But why is it so difficult to let go? Why is it so hard to give up a bad habit or an ex-lover? The truth is that most of us suffer from a feeling of inner emptiness that we are trying to fill up with our various attachments – often without much success. One person may eat too much, another may cling to an unloving partner while a third may get addicted to social media. But none of this can fill our inner emptiness.

Read more at http://www.beliefnet.com/Faiths/Buddhism/Galleries/The-Art-of-Letting-Go.aspx#f41lAdP4dMfGIKYi.99