Holding On or Letting Go

Nondumiso

Often times we come across people with whom we develop strong bonds and forge relationships with. 

However as time goes, some of those relationships fall through the cracks and don’t withstand the test of time. In the few decades of my existence life has personally taught me that it’s most crucial in life to know when it’s time to let go and when it’s time to hold on. 

Be it in romantic relationships, business and or friendships. Insistently choosing to hold on when the relationship has passed its season is not only detrimental to you but it will in the long run hurt everyone involved and or affected.

Letting go is not for the feint-hearted,  it usually requires much strength. No wonder people usually opt for the easier option which is holding on. Listen, don’t ever insist on staying in relationships that have  reached their sell-by date and no longer serve you. It may seem harsh but pulling the plug and switching off life support might be the best thing you can ever do for yourself. 

There’s a saying that all relationships are either for a reason, season or lifetime. It is important to introspectively assess the nature of every friendship and relationship one finds themselves in. 

In order to determine if they are either meant to last only for a specific time frame, or for a certain reason, this means you learn what you need to from that relationship and move on or they are for a lifetime.

Being honest to one’s self about all relationships you are part of will in the greater scheme of things avoid certain heartaches that may be incurred as a result of the relationship. 

So, what I’m saying is simple, know when to hold on and when it’s time for letting go.

Yours in Inspiration,
Nondumiso

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