Category Archives: Resentments


Service call at 12:30am. Got home about 2:30. 3:30 now, wide awake. Work at 9am.



Clear & Compassionate

Clear & Compassionate.

Edit: This post disappeared from the original source, and I have no idea what it said. If I linked it, then it meant something to me. THAT is why I have a tendency to straight-out copy something into my blog, and also provide a link to the original. I know that I don’t have a blog that people “follow” per se. Most of the stuff is for me to refer back to.


Times of Reprogramming

Do not ask for love unless you’re ready to be healed enough to give and receive love.

Do not ask for joy unless you’re ready to feel and release your pain, so you can feel joy.

Do not ask for success unless you’re ready to conquer the behaviors that would sabotage success.

Wouldn’t it be nice if we could imagine ourselves having or becoming – and then immediately receiving – what we wanted? We can have and be the good things we want. All good things are ours for the asking. But first, groundwork – preparation work – must be done.

A gardener would not plant seeds unless the ground was adequately prepared to nurture and nourish those seeds. The planting would be wasted effort. It would be wasted effort for us to get what we wanted before we were ready.

First, we need to become aware of our need or desire. This may not be easy! Many of us have become accustomed to shutting off the inner voice of our wants, needs, and desires. Sometimes, life has to work hard to get our attention.

Next we let go of the old programming: the behavior and beliefs that interfere with nurturing and nourishing the good. Many of us have strong sabotaging programs, learned from childhood, that need to be released. We may need to act as if for a while until the belief that we deserve the good becomes real.

We combine this process with much letting go, while we are being changed at the core.

There is naturalness to this process, but it can be intense. Things take time.

Good things are ours for the asking, if we are willing to participate in the work of groundbreaking. Work and wait.

Today, God, give me the courage to identify the good I want in my life and to ask for it. Give me also the faith and stamina I need to go through the work that must be accomplished first.

Source – Language of Letting Go


20 Questions that Will Free Your Mind from Negativity

Negativity often breeds not from the answers we receive from this world, but from the questions we ask ourselves every day. There are no positive answers to:

  • “Why me?”
  • “Why didn’t I?”
  • “What if I’m not good enough?”


Think about it. Would you allow someone else to ask you the demoralizing questions you sometimes ask yourself? I doubt it. So stop and swap them for questions that push you in a positive direction. Here are some ideas to get you started… Read the rest of this entry »


Things to Let Go of Before Your Next Birthday

Source – Marc and Angel Hack Life

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External Support

It may be your family, friends, or co-workers that support you now or they all may have abandoned you. You may be surprised by who you can count on. Someone that you did not expect to come through might and others whom you thought you could count on may fall short of your expectations. Try not to blame the ones that fall short and be grateful for the ones who go the extra mile.

My friends and family, like myself all have different strengths and weaknesses. I ask that I not be too critical of the ones who can’t be the support I want today and I give blessings for those who can.

Personal note: Ouch. I’m pretty crappy at this. Great to have read this, to aid me in having a way to focus on correcting this problem of mine.

Source- Daily Recovery Quotes


3 Truths About Rejection

“A rejection is nothing more than a necessary step in the pursuit of success.” ~ Bo Bennett
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