Every exit is an entry somewhere. -Tom Stoppard

Cape May Bird Sanctuary

Soon Autumn will make its undetected exit as Old Man Winter shuffles in. Life is laden with cyclical entrances and exits–it’s the stuff of life, right? But there are situations when exiting is necessary and one should simply learn to let go:

  • love/hate relationships
  • an old car that you’re spending more money on fixing than time on driving
  • clutter
  • when you can’t make it through the last two periods of the day: retire
  • if someone has been abusing you physically or mentally–no matter what the relationship to you
  • bad habits
  • when you spend more time texting and surfing the net at work
  • when you can’t afford the mortgage payment
  • if you are trying to become a multi-tasker and it’s not working out
What suggestions do you have? In what situation do you realize it’s time to let go?
Daily Gratitude: having a chuckle with my mother

Quote of the Day for YOU: Giving up doesn’t always mean you are weak; sometimes it means that you are strong enough to let go.  ~Author Unknown

© Teresita Abad Doebley All rights reserved 2009-2011.


5 thoughts on “Every exit is an entry somewhere. -Tom Stoppard

  1. The last one is beginning to resonate… Is this an age thing too? I could multitask like crazy before and now… well, thank you for your patience as I adjusted to a new schedule… Now catching up on the stunning collection of photos on your blog… How I missed them. 🙂

  2. I think life has just made me reevaluate all the projects and commitments I’ve taken on lately, and reminded me that it is okay to let go. To take a break and rest. I just came from another blog post (over at redRavine) that reinforced that, and now your post is doing the same. Thank you. 🙂

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