Letting go

Clench your fist tight and hold it that way for long, and it will stiffen your joints and hurt your muscles. Loosen your grip and you’ll see that blood will flow right up to your finger tips and rejuvenate you. Holding on is important, for sure. But so is it to know when your hand needs the blood, and that the holding on tight is toxic to you. Only after letting go you will realise that it was liberating to know you could stretch your fingers, and that your hand could actually accommodate something worth simply holding and appreciating than forcefully captivating.

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