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Let Go to the Healing of Laughter

Laughter is therapeutic, a balm for body and soul. Being constantly serious during an illness, no matter how challenging the diagnosis, adds heaviness to an already difficult situation. One thing I love about Buddhists is that they laugh and giggle at everything-illness, death, pain, heartbreak-not disrespectfully, but with innocence and cosmic lightness about the very real, sometimes excruciating trials of the human predicament.

Letting Go, Moving On

Letting Go, Moving On by Ian Lawton

Whether you are scarred by love, jaded by religion or beaten by circumstance, there comes a time to say “Enough!” and move on. You aren’t serving yourself or changing anyone else by holding on to anger. Rights and wrongs are beside the point now. It’s time to let go, let the past be what it was and move on. You can’t change what happened, but you CAN change what you are making it mean. You can change the story you tell yourself.

Let Go! Let God Fill Your Need!

If you are anxious, tense, or concerned about anything in your life, dear friend, begin now to relax, let go, and let God fill your need.

No matter what seems to be missing from your life—be it a much-loved person, a special place, an activity of great value, or a feeling of well-being—know that God is right now filling your need.

Take a deep breath. Release it slowly, telling yourself quietly: I let go. I let God fill my need. Accept the reality that God's wisdom is ever present and available, ready to fill you with new understanding, light, and life. Let God fill every void, every emptiness that seems to separate you from the desires of your heart. Let go! Let God fill your need!