“For us, material well-being always followed spiritual progress; it never proceeded. (p127 BB). I suddenly understood that this promise was a guarantee. I saw that it put priorities in the correct order, that spiritual progress would diminish that terrible fear of being destitute, just as it diminished many other fears. My life’s purpose is much clearer when I just work to help, not to possess.”
– Daily reflections
If I can stay humble, work a program one day at a time, and look for what I can add to the situation opposed to what I can take from it, then I live abundantly. With this change of perception I am in a place to be more successful. ILML!
I agree. I don’t have the daily reflection. I do have a reading to reotflect on. I try doing daily. I’m noticing a pattern, the more days I forget is usually the harder days. I’m going to have one month sobriety this Sunday so I have stay focused. Thanks for your post