“In the life of each individual there are parents, friends, loved ones and, for many, children. Individuals become attached, creating a strong bond between parent and child. Friends create bonds through life experiences that sometimes seem inseparable. There is nothing wrong in creating the bond of love, but the bond of attachment can stifle the very bond of love that you cherish.
As a child grows, the soul chooses to strike out on its own. The greatest act of love parents will ever give their children is to let them go. As parents pass on, the greatest act of love their children will ever give them is to let go. As friends move on in the journey of their souls, the greatest act of love you will ever give them is to let them go.”
Rich Work, in “God This is a Good Book”
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