Maybe it comes with age, but I’m in a place of peace and acceptance now. Anxiety and depression plague me from time to time and…
Faith takes immense courage, courage takes strength, strength takes tenacity, tenacity takes endurance and endurance means letting go.
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.
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.
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?
Now that I’ve taken the time to learn and with lots of help, it’s one of the most wonderful gifts I’ve received, something I give back to myself.
When you’re convinced that something will never happen, think again!
This ain’t no free ride! This getting sober, and staying sober is not for sissy’s! I got off that free ride and got to work.
This lesson can be one of the most important ones, if you’re willing to learn. Some of the greatest mistakes lead to the greatest change.
On this new journey, I’ve learned that there is nothing to fear but fear itself. You either have fear or faith — you can’t have both. I traded my fears for faith.