To see "Let Go
: The Prelude" on a big screen and meet the cast, including Arek Zasowski and Viola Zasowska (who portrayed the role of Tiffany), please come to the film festival.
It is really difficult to let go
when we have a job left undone, an unfinished novel, a debt unpaid, or we are engaged in an effort that fulfills us and lifts our spirit.But time is running out.
And these are just some of the areas where we start out doing a good deal of holding on, but sooner or later must let go
You have to learn to let go
of those bad feelings and move forward," she wrote in the open letter for Huffington Post.
Starting the new year, as parents, allow your child to learn and let go
of his past mistakes but also remember to work on yourself by letting go of your child's mistakes.
With this new perspective, it occurred to me that the reason we can't make ourselves let go
is that it is not a process in and of itself, it is the result of earlier actions.
Take time to explore what each parent would have to let go
of under the two scenarios.
Today's Gospel issues a similar challenge to let go
. As he was setting out for Jerusalem, the Marcan Jesus was approached,.
The staff of the Blade had been "let go
, but the people on the Blade know that they may come back if the Blade is coming back." Banks could not be reached immediately Thursday.
Jesus' Ascension teaches me that I too must let go
what I cling to, in order to receive something greater.
But there are reports that smaller departmental-level layoffs are continuing, to the tune of perhaps 100-200 people let go
1 : to relax or release a grip <Please let go
of my arm.> 2 : to dismiss from employment 3 : to fail to take care of <They let the garden go.>