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There are those times in all of our lives when we find ourselves needing to let go of something or someone(s) but struggling terribly to do it. I have been told too many times by my friends that I am the Champion of Lost Causes. I am a fixer, a problem solver, a show you the light kind of person who sees the good in you even if it has been buried deep within and masked by pain and trauma. I don’t like to fail. I don’t like to give up on anything or anyone. I don’t like to watch people be hurt by others or hurt themselves, but I have had to realize that I can’t champion every cause or save every struggling person(s). We cannot allow a fight (even if for the greater good) or an attempt to save the lives of others break our souls to the point where we are no longer who God intends for us to be. God has given all of us talents and unique qualities that he expects us to use in service to him. When your light starts to go out, it’s time to fall to your knees and pray to God for guidance and wisdom. Letting go of something or someone(s) may be hard, but once you do this and fully commit to letting go for good, the light always comes back on. The light will return brighter and clearer than ever before. It will guide you, comfort you and leave you wondering why it was ever so hard to let go in the first place. God’s plan for us is perfect. We must never lose faith in it or allow mere mortals to fill our hearts with doubt or despair. Keep the faith and always protect that light inside of your soul. It is in the light where you will find God, waiting with open arms to embrace you once again.

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