A lot of us have been trained to hold on to what is important to us.
It’s an object we appreciate.
It’s our opinion.
It’s our ego.
Letting go is often hard as it means to jump into the unknown, to move on to something we don’t know.
What happens if we are without that object, the one we might need some time in the future?
How much of our views and ideas would need to change if other opinions than ours could also be true?
Can an ego survive if there are others around?
Letting go might be less complicated if we understand that it frees us from hanging on to something and opens up a new world. It doesn’t mean to throw away what is important to us.