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I have been writing a lot about acceptance, surrender, and gratitude as a way of living a life of faith and joy. In your recovery, this way of living requires faith that although you may see no measurable change on … Continue reading
Okay. Here we go: Acceptance. Surrender. Gratitude. Nurturing the seed of God inside you. And, what happens? Initially, you get increased symptoms. However, you need to be excited because this is an incredible sign that you are getting better!
In my last two blog posts, I have written a lot about acceptance, surrender, and gratitude. Yesterday, I was explaining to a person that I viewed a big part of my acceptance, surrender, and gratitude spiritual healing in the same … Continue reading
In my previous blog post, I talked about acceptance, surrender, and gratitude. At the end of that post I explained that I would be providing real life examples of how we engage in acceptance, surrender, and gratitude in our every … Continue reading
The ego mind looks to the past. It is a function of what already has occurred, and it simply cannot see how wonderful life can be in the future. It fights you because it knows when you open your heart … Continue reading
Okay. Let’s sit and be. Just sit…and see what happens. That is doing. It is seemingly doing nothing that is powerfully doing something in your recovery. How can doing “no thing” actually be doing “some thing” useful? I will explain.
I began the year with the announcement of 2021 as the year of faith. FAITH was identified as Feeling Alive In The Heart. Last week, we added Feeling Awake In The Heart. Today, we grow our faith even stronger.
Last week, I announced 2021 as the year of faith. FAITH was identified as Feeling Alive In The Heart. Today, we grow our faith even stronger.
Happy New Year, 2021!!! As we wound down 2020, a year of many challenges, we closed that door to the past. It is January 1, 2021, and the sun is beginning to rise and awaken us to 2021 and the … Continue reading
Whether you are celebrating Christmas today, Kwanzaa tomorrow, or already have celebrated Chanukah, Diwali, Eid al-Fitr, or whatever other holiday you may be celebrating, one thing we all have in common, we all are brought to this blog as a … Continue reading