A Word on Wednesday: Unburdening

There is work to be done, new ideas to be learned, and for that the problems of yesterday and the fears for tomorrow must be put out of the way.

By unburdening, we do now allow burdens to continue. Unburdening sighs out the heavy.

It is freeing to relieve one’s mind or body of a burden. Unburdening can take the form of revealing, confessing, casting off, getting rid of, or disclosing something.

In all instances, unburdening makes room, makes lighter. Unburdening, at its heart, is an active verb.

 

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