Frantzces learned a life-changing lesson on attachments. Many of us have never put too much thought on our attachments to people and things. It’s important to know what healthy and unhealthy attachments look like.
The way we develop attachments to others growing up has a massive impact on our attachments as adults. Living abroad taught the lesson of impermanence and attachment because the living abroad community is transient, which means people come and they go.
Often for very short spurts or for a few months or even years. But it’s not uncommon to have an amazing connection with someone only to find out they are leaving the same day. How do you manage that constant fluctuation in relationships?
Living abroad forces you to be comfortable with this state of being.
Buddha says, “The root of suffering is attachment.”
So this Monday Message is just another reminder about to check-in with ourselves about the way we connect with people.
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Frantzces is the co-founder of Chronicles Abroad and helps people to live a missioned driven life. She has written for Tiny Buddha, Medium and SOULE, an online publication for LGBTQ news and pop culture. Her mission in life is to inspire people to live missioned driven lives. To defy the resistance. Life is like a movie but unlike movies, there are no sequels. Click here for your FREE guide: 4 Easy Ways to Reduce Stress: Anytime, Anywhere For Less Than 15 Minutes.