Let It Go!

Sometimes everything goes wrong and you want to scream, but you hold it all in. Sometimes you know the perfect words to say, but you don’t say them. It comes out wrong because you’re nervous. What are you nervous about? Are you afraid of what other people think?

I’m going to tell you something you need to know. You are wonderful, talented and unique. Let go of all the negative stuff the world throws your way.

I love this song and its movie “Frozen”. It’s my new favorite. It’s important to let go of all the old things that people did to hurt you. Don’t isolate yourself from the world, because everyone here has a gift. Focus on the things that make you happy. Make your part of the world beautiful. Don’t care about anything negative. Find that happiness in yourself and gather around you those things and people that make you happy. Specialize in being  you. Let your heart shine.

The stars in the heavens don’t care whether you like their shine. They shine for themselves out of pure joy.

YAY! By the way, you really want to see the entire movie, and it’s coming out on DVD and Blu-ray on March 18th. Not only is “Frozen” a masterpiece with music but the storyline is exquisite and unique.

Remember let go the bad stuff. You didn’t need it anyway.

Susan Hanniford Crowley, SFWA, RWA, CTWA
Specializes in Vampires and Rare Supernaturals

About Susan Hanniford Crowley

Paranormal Romance, Fantasy, and Science Fiction Author
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