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let

Tennis Squash
a. a minor infringement or obstruction of the ball, requiring a point to be replayed
b. the point so replayed

LET

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In "Letting Go of Leo", she shares with her readers just how she broke up with perfection--and how they can too!
Letting go means holding our tongue, standing back, keeping our opinion to ourselves, staying out of it.
Letting go then is the practice of restraint, refraining, of less not more.
This has been my personal experience as a cancer survivor, and the wisdom I share with my clients who are struggling with letting go. My new catchphrase is, "Let go of your need to let go, pay attention to what is happening now, and life will move on, you cannot stop it." Not as pithy as "Hang in there, baby," but much more useful.
In every quarter since Gallup began tracking American worker's perceptions of hiring and letting go at their companies, there has been a thriving gap between the two groups, averaging 15 percentage points.
Jesus promises that the letting go he asks of his disciples is not without its positive rewards (rewards a hundredfold--houses, brothers, sisters, eternal life), and it also has its negative repercussions (persecutions).
Collections strong in Taoism, meditation and spirituality will find a powerful pick in Bruce Frantzis' "Tao of Letting Go: Meditation for Modern Living", which teaches techniques to help people overcome obstacles and learn to relax.
The Ascension - Jesus' departure and ascent into heaven - meant letting go of the relationship the disciples had known.
"Letting go" is one of the most powerful expressions of faith--and one of the most painful to embrace.
Because he loves him, Jesus lovingly invites this man to follow him, to take the next step to accept his healing; not a pill, but to move to embrace eternal life by letting go of his possessions and making restitution to the poor.
By holding and releasing doves in the name of a deceased loved one, one physically, emotionally, and spiritually experiences a letting go that may be necessary in the grieving process.