Frank Garcia C
Letting go of attachemnt
Letting go of attachemnt
Letting Go of Attachment, from A to Zen
Thank you. A powerful reminder to be still and know. Breathe in the now.
te he soltado y todo ha cambiado.
Experiencing Without Attachment
"Accept the moment for what it is. Don't try to turn it into yesterday; that moment's gone. Don't plot about how you can make the moment last forever. Just seep into the moment and enjoy it because it will eventually pass. Nothing is permanent. Fighting that reality will only cause you pain." More on the page.
For me the hardest is missing loved ones who have passed.
Dawn Dew on the Pasture by Kopychko Mihail @ 35photo
Lovely discovery Norseye!
It's easy to put a cheap slogan on these images as had been done but I cropped the original writing off. First of all, Brigitte Bardot was naturally "beautiful". Personally I was never a fan but I have been posting her a lot because unlike today's "beauties", she hadn't had her teeth capped, nose done, cheek implants or breast enhancement when she was young as so many of the public icons of today. Not to mention their public meltdowns and so on. Now, as for the picture of her today, this is what 75 looks like without plastic surgery and daily exercise and all the other maintenance that public people take on to remain youthful looking. If you look at Jane Fonda who is 72, she looks more youthful but she had a face lift and has had botox injections on top of it. So you can't expect people to age naturally and then expect them to replicate youth at the same. time. I know when I'm 75 I don't like the idea of looking like Brigitte but I give her credit for having the guts to be natural and I don't knock her for it. She enjoyed beauty for a good many years when it came naturally and now she accepts that her day in the sun is behind her so to speak. I applaud her for it.
Dalila Di Lazzaro
Iconic Italian actresses from the 60's and 70's; not plastic surgically enhanced. The looks, classic and timeless.
Fantastic advice on letting go of attachments, living in the here and now and simply enjoying the moment! All things I aspire to...
the world needs to do this with oil and gas..
amazingly expressed with such serenity and understanding
I think we can all use some "letting go"
For all those who "fall" in love too easy
Stuff I certainly need to work on... one line that hits true and I will attempt to focus on:
Release the need to know. Life entails uncertainty, no matter how strong your intention. Obsessing about tomorrow wastes your life because there will always be a tomorrow on the horizon. There are no guarantees about how it will play out. Just know it hinges on how well you live today.
What if you had a passion for playing the guitar, but lost your arm?
You would lead a rather sad life if you never gained attachments to people or acitvities
This is some good stuff for sure.
Sometimes it's better to not let go and sometimes it is better to fight for what you love.
Damn it I knew Up In The Air was plagiarized
have my own way of doing this
the zen of attachments