The virtue or skill of detachment means to be able to detach (take a distance) from your own opinions and its differences with those of other people.
The indifference to worldly concerns and the freedom from bias or prejudice (inspired from Merriam-Webster)
- holy indifference¶
A total openness to God’s plan in one’s life. In other words, whatever God wills for me, I will strive with all of the energy of my will and the proposition in my intellect to conform my will to God’s will. It does not mean apathy – Ignatius of Loyola (via fatherbroom.com)
An resigned attitude that says “who cares”, “I don’t give a darn”, “whatever”.
One of the important functions of celebrating is to offer a spiritual place where “the rule” says to everybody: “shut up now!” If we fail to obey this rule, we spoil the celebration. One benefit of art of celebrating is to cultivate our detachment skills. detachment.