How Tennessee Football taught me to let go..

I am born and raised a Tennessee girl. There is an old phrase,

“You can take the girl out of the country, but you can’t take

the country out of the girl.” So with that being said. I bleed

orange! Go Vols! Born and bred this way because of the

memories with my family, my dad.

The thing is, Tennessee football is currently awful and

has been for years. Shhh, don’t tell them I said this. But it

does not remove my love for the memories of the times I

spent at the games. What it does, is teach me about attachment

and what I put my energy into.

Is there something in your life that you put so much into

that no matter what happens, it will affect you? When we

learn to let go of attachment and circumstances, we can gain

our true power.

It’s the attachment to the thing, like the score of the

game, not the game itself. Letting go of attachment to the

outcome will allow you to enjoy so much more. What if you

allowed yourself to let go of attachment to a certain outcome,

and be open to God’s path? When we let go, it creates freedom,

openness, faith. When we cling, it drains us. It takes

time away from our precious lives. Allow the good from the

situation to remain and let go of the rest.

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