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Letting Go

Letting go differs from giving up and abandoning hope

By "letting go", we mean casting off our attachments, not "giving up". We should face up to our problems, do our best to deal with them, then irrespective of success or failure, just let them go.

 

(Source: GDD-707)

 

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