“You can only lose what you cling to.”
— Health Magazine published by Dr. Burke’s Sanitarium, of Sonoma County, California December 1905
Are there people in your life you would describe as “clingy”?
Perhaps they hold on tightly, invade your personal space, have an overly strong attachment or dependency, to you or another, or resist letting go of the past.
What response does their “clinginess” elicit from others?
Today’s quote implies that the more we cling to something, the more likely we are to lose it – whether that something is an inanimate object, or another person.
How might loosening your grip on the things you value lead to a more abundant life?