"The faster we learn to drop our emotional dead weight, the more room we create for something better. I'm talking about everything from stewing about the guy who cut you off in traffic this morning to still refusing to forgive an old friend for an event 20 years ago.
We only have so much bandwidth. We only have so much time. We only have so much energy."
From the August 22, 2016, New York Times article: The Cost of Holding On. By Carl Richards.