Stories From the Heart: Let Go

Let Go. I want everything I don’t have. And sometimes I wish I was President, or the king of some far away land.

I want everything I don’t have, and sometimes I wish I could just get up and walk away.

Do you know what it’s like? To wake up in the middle of the night thirsty and dry, and you just want a drink, but you know that you can’t make it into the kitchen?

Let go. I want everything, I don’t have, And sometimes I wish I was President, or the king of some far away land.

I want everything I don’t have, and sometimes I wish I could just get up and walk away.

Do you know what its like? To drive down a street in your home town, there are so many places you want to explore, but you know that you can’t make it through the front door?

Let go. I want everything I don’t have. And sometimes I wish I was President, or the king of some far away land.

I want everything I don’t have, and sometimes I wish I could just get up and walk away. Sometime I want to run.

Do you know what it’s like to have only one dream your whole life? You want it so bad that it burns in your soul, but you know that this dream’s never going come true?

Let go. Just let go. When you let go of all your desire, when you let go of all of your dreams, you will open your eyes, and see all that surrounds you.

It is better than the treasure of ten thousand kings.

I want everything I don’t have.

Just like everyone else.

 

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