Endigar 488 ~ A Priceless Gift

From Today’s Daily Reflections;

By this time in all probability we have gained some measure of release from our more devastating handicaps. We enjoy moments in which there is something like real peace of mind. To those of us who have hitherto known only excitement, depression, or anxiety – in other words, to all of us – this newfound peace is a priceless gift.   (Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, page 74)

I am learning to let go and let God, to have a mind that is open and a heart that is willing to receive God’s grace in all my affairs; in this way I can experience the peace and freedom that come as a result of surrender. It has been proven that an act of surrender, originating in desperation and defeat, can grow into an ongoing act of faith, and that faith means freedom and victory.





Late night search for ancient souls. I am baptized in frivolous meditations of which hole in the leaky dike needs to be plugged. Can I claim freedom without finding catastrophe? Can I walk away while the world sleeps, and find the crack in the mundane long enough to believe in the Quiet? Oh the silence of judgment, the cessation of stupidity, the peaceful openness to the Infinite caress. I surrender to the silent, hungry romance of my God. The spirit gazes in the mirror and smiles upon the sexual reflected back.  Let this dynamic play out its course, and each of us find our place in its irresistible flow.

2 Responses to “Endigar 488 ~ A Priceless Gift”

  1. Keep up the good work. I am proud of you and I hope you find the path that will take you to a place where you realize that you are strong and worth while.

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