Weekend Meditation – Being Free

DOVE- Image by michel kwan from Pixabay

“Free yourself from the burden of feeling the need to hold on to anything. Let go… you are a part of everything.”― Steve Maraboli

“Freedom is viewed as a ‘right’ to those who don’t yet understand that everything is a ‘privilege.”― Craig D. Lounsbrough

Image by homecare119 from Pixabay

“When you truly sing, you sing yourself free. When you truly dance, you dance yourself free. When you walk in the mountains or swim in the sea, again, you set yourself free.”― Jay Woodman

“Freedom is not a license to act but a license to exercise free choices in any given situation.”― Vera Nazarian

HUMMING BIRD – Image by Pexels from Pixabay

“In freedom can be found many devotions: a devotion to love, a desire to believe, a willingness to be happy, a perseverance to have peace. All these unseen things breathe and grow in the unseen soul. A free person is not an uncommitted person, but in a free person you will find a deep devotion, and a desire to be devoted to even more.”― C. JoyBell C.

“The feeling of being both trapped and free at the same time is the most mind twisting feeling of all.”― Melody Lee

SEAGULL-Image by ddzphoto from Pixabay

“To be free, you must think. There is no way to follow blindly and to be free.”― John Kramer

“Unless you are free from your own mind, you can never truly experience the freedom with life.”― Roshan Sharma

EAGLE – Image by pralea vasile from Pixabay

Published by Suzette Benjamin

Positive thinker, inspiration, sometimes writer, faith

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