Sunday, November 16, 2008

Got a resentment? Make a grateful list!
We have to do this to get peace. Our anger will soon turn to bitterness and resentment that can make us ill and steal our joy and peace. No matter what we have been dealt there is still room to be grateful to God for something. Lot's of things really come to mind once you set your pen to paper. Oh yeah, has someone hurt you deeply? This hurts too.... pray for them to get everything they need! Just do it....your miracle will come. Remember this: I can't but HE can...I think I'll let HIM! So in other words ::::: TURN IT OVER!
CRY OUT to Jesus....

Tuesday, August 05, 2008

FIRST Say YES to nutrients in natures purest form!
Alcohol strips the body of nutrients (esp vitamin B's)and can bring our body into a malnutrition state after a time of binging. See this interesting study by Bill W. and what a few of his alcoholic buddies tried! Nutrients are vital to our recovery of any toxic state we put ourselves into with our vices!

or to stop smoking:

Wednesday, July 09, 2008

"Hey! It's not your RIVER!!!!"

These words are still ringing in my ears. Everyone was having a good time on a holiday as I noticed someone I love may have had too much to drink and as my concern or worry brought me to say the word's "Gee it seems like you've had a bit too much to drink today" and there was the Epiphany reply that put me in my place. "Hey, it's not your river!"

I am powerless over what other people say and do. I can only control my own actions or thoughts and pray for those whom I care about. God hears my prayers and the others are for Him to lead and guide into sobriety and safety. It is none of my business really what the other people do as long as I am not enabling someone else's bad habit!

Soon after I came to my senses, a good time was had by all .... woo hoo including ME!

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Thursday, April 24, 2008

Most of the important things of the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no hope at all!

Dale Carnegie