I wave around this wand of patience, like some sort of magic stick, hoping all my problems will somehow magically disappear. Patience with others is applied much more easily then with myself.
When your feeling good, like really good – that means the medication is working, it’s not a sign to stop your meds!
I’m pushing myself to be stronger, better, more resilient, I’m looking for logic where none exists.
I’d finally stop running and rebelling from the one person that was with me and carried me through all those hard times in my life.
Faith takes immense courage, courage takes strength, strength takes tenacity, tenacity takes endurance and endurance means letting go.
It’s not easy but it is possible. You are the one on this journey, no one else, so don’t let people tell you what to do or influence you to do something different than what you know to be true for you.
I’ve been able to focus my attention on much more important things, like myself and God and doing the next best thing.
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.
I guess you could say that among that pile of garbage was a gem even I couldn’t see.
It’s the good, bad and ugly all wrapped up in one. It would say…”Hey! I went through a mountain range of shit and survived and you can too”.