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Announcement: Wish you could change the past? Learn to let go and create a life you love with the Tiny Buddha course!

P.S. You’re not going to die. Here’s the white-hot truth: if you go bankrupt, you’ll still be okay. If you lose the gig, the lover, the house, you’ll still be okay. If you sing off-key, get beat by the competition, have your heart shattered, get fired…it’s not going to kill you. Ask anyone who’s been through it.

Accept the fact that you will grow apart from people you’ve had significant relationships with. Understand when someone no longer positively affects your life. Let them go. Don’t hinder your growth.

The person who doesn’t value you is blocking you from the one who will. Let them go.

This is a good sign, having a broken heart. It means we have tried for something.

Sometimes it takes a heartbreak to shake us awake and help us see we are worth so much more than we’re settling for.

In our lives, change is unavoidable, loss is unavoidable. In the adaptability and ease with which we experience change lies our happiness and freedom.

One bad chapter doesn’t mean your story’s over.

Just because it didn’t last forever, doesn’t mean it wasn’t worth your while.

Relationships begin to weaken, then fail when we stop doing the things that it took to get them in the first place.

A lesson for all of us is that for every loss, there is victory, for every sadness, there is joy, and when you think you’ve lost everything, there is hope.

Sometimes you don’t get closure, you just move on.

It’s better to let someone walk away from you than all over you.

Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.

Letting go may sound so simple, but rarely is it a one-time thing. Just keep letting go, until one day it’s gone for good.

Grief is like the ocean; it comes on waves ebbing and flowing. Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes it is overwhelming. All we can do is learn to swim.

The risk of love is loss, and the price of loss is grief. But the pain of grief is only a shadow when compared with the pain of never risking love.

Grief is not a disorder, a disease or a sign of weakness. It is an emotional, physical and spiritual necessity, the price you pay for love. The only cure for grief is to grieve.

It hurts to let go, but sometimes it hurts more to hold on.

At some point you have to realize that some people can stay in your heart, but not in your life.

Be strong enough to let go and patient enough to wait for what you deserve.

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