I’ve been able to focus my attention on much more important things, like myself and God and doing the next best thing.
Sharing a laugh, embracing in a hug, holding hands, talking in conversation — the kind of stuff that can’t be wrapped in paper and a bow.
One day a brave man came into my life. He gained my trust. He was gentle and kind, and I was not. I never liked anyone who got too close to me, yet his persistence and patience was intriguing to me.
It comes in small sections, at best it only lasts 15-20 minutes, sometimes only for a few seconds. It’s elusive and hard to find and yet it’s within us all.
Take a trip in your time machine, look back at all you have achieved, you’ll be surprised what you will find.
Life was this constant race, either I was running, or being chased — always on the go. I couldn’t sit still, I couldn’t stop. I needed alcohol to fuel myself; the more I burned, the more I needed.
At the beginning of this new journey I made an oath to be willing to go to “any lengths” – but what does that mean exactly?
To continue learning I must travel outside my comfort zone, yet beyond that zone are boarders and limits and beyond those, there lies the danger.