Attachments are a part of being human. We are born with a survival instinct and we learn to fulfil our needs for safety, love, recognition and belonging. We learn what makes us feel good and we strive to achieve it: success, money, popularity, career and happy relationships. We are taught that if we really have motivation and commitment to what we want to achieve we can be successful. And here is where I believe the confusion and the self-exhaustion starts. The search for self-fulfilment becomes a search for external objects and along the way we forget who we are. Our attachments become what we believe we are or what we believe we are not. Our job title, bank account and car give us a sense of being but we deep down know it is not true, so we live our lives stressed, anxious and fearful. Those objects give us freedom but they also own our freedom. Nobody has taught us a good skill to practice regularly: letting go of our attachments to ideas or things for a few minutes a day and mindfully sit with ourselves, feel our breath and appreciate our life as it is now. And , although, it may sound scary or unproductive, it is actually, what make us a better person. Own your inner freedom, know who you are now.