I know that we are not suppose to focus on material things. But I need some strength to let go. I have all of my Mom's things at my house. Everything. All of her furniture is in a portable building at my home. I was raised to share our blessings. So, why can't I do it? I don't need her belongings. But I feel like if I still have her things, I still have a part of her. I know this sounds selfish. I would love to hear how you coped with this. My Mom always was the first to help anybody. She said it pleases God to give of ourself. So, what is wrong with me? I'm for sure not following her example.
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