About as vital as air.
It is teaching me that I get out of things what I put into them: garbage in garbage out. Good stuff in, Good stuff out.
Today, despite our “health scares” ……I will say hi to people, open doors when possible…..and if all else fails, I will offer a smile.
I have unlimited opportunity to work on myself, help others, and to achieve my highest self. I am so grateful to live where I live.
I am more than enough.
It would be the day I believed that that I bought the lie that I was anything less than perfect. I don’t know what day that was but that would be the day I lived over Why? Because from that belief has come many a days that have lead me away from my true identity.
That I can help others learn how to deal with the same difficulty (addiction) and how to live with it, over come it, and thrive. An opportunity to be able to help other people .
I am filled wit a sense of energy and ideas on how to spend that time. I smile
My wife, who although I have have been less than loving to in the past, has showed me love, through action, continuously.
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