Eastern thought suggests that all our struggles and sadness stem from being too attached to something. That something might be how we want things to be, material things we want to acquire or expectations we desire from others.
It seems easy to say just let go and don’t be so attached to that something. That’s easier said than done.
Maybe the easiest way to react to attachment is to move into a place of non-judgment and observe as a bystander. This would free our mind to focus on what we can control and change.
Let us observe our thoughts in a spirit of non-judgment today.