As I’ve said before, no wonder we think God has abandoned us; we’ve abandoned ourselves.
Mary knows what’s important, He said. Mary made the right decision.
Radical faith is bold. It’s not squeamish, fundamentalist, judgmental, or blaming. It’s courageous.
We do not lead others into the Light by stepping into the darkness with them.
LOW SELF-WORTH Codependents
Today, I will trust that God will do for me what I cannot do for myself. I will do my part-working the Twelve Steps and letting God do the rest.
Like it or not, i was already learning that in the worst and darkest time, I would find specks of light, moments of joy. What I didn’t want to learn was the other, harsher lesson – that in life’s brightest moments there would also be unbearable pain. p 87
We can let ourselves enjoy life. If we want something and can afford it, buy it. If we want to do something that is legal and harmless, do it. When we’re actually involved with doing something that is recreational, don’t find ways to feel bad. Let go and enjoy life.
A codependent person is one who has let another person’s behavior affect him or her, and who is obsessed with controlling that person’s behavior.
You don’t need to limit yourself anymore. You’ve opened your heart. Now open your mind. Look around. See all the possibilities. The universe is teaming with them. It will lead and guide you into this abundance if you ask it for help and then allow that to happen. Open to life’s abundance. Open to all its possibilities. The more open you become, the more creative you’ll be-in work, in play, in love, in life. The more creative you are, the more possibilities you’ll see.