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    Tai Chi

    ((( maggie)))

    It was important for me to learn that “letting Go and letting God: didn’t mean I was letting go of the person or that I loved him any less. For me, the letting go part meant that I was finally admitting to myself that I wasn’t in control of some things, and to let God handle the stuff that wasn’t mine to handle or understand in the first place.

    Hugs to you



    ^^^ that was the hard part….grieving it all and missing him at the same time…I understand that now, and slowly brushing my knees, as a i stand up tall…and moving one step at a time….



    I felt the same exact way when my sister passed away. For the longest time I turned my back on God and refused to believe in him. It wasn’t until I got into the rooms that I reestablished my relationship with him. God is tough though, he has his plan and we have to accept and live with it. That’s just life. I no longer blame God for the things and elements in my life that I’m not happy about. He has his plan and everything happen for a reason. Though sometimes I find myself questioning why certain things in my life are the way they are, and I have to remind myself that this is a test of my faith in God to trust in him to lead me in the right direction.

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