There will be days that you do. And days that you don’t. But the good days will start to outnumber the bad.
I have come to believe that from suffering comes grace. And so when find acceptance in my suffering I am able to grow. Yes, it sounds like BS. It is still true.
All the greatest healing I’ve experienced in my life has come from an experience that the God placed in front of me and not something that I made happen. That’s the beauty of a spiritual path: when you surrender and allow God to do his thing, true healing is presented to you.
In every moment God is conspiring to bring you toward right-minded thinking and the energy of love. It’s your choice to lean toward love or lean toward fear.
God is with you in good days and bad but you get to choose your attitude and your willingness and openness for change and awe.
Many women say “no” to healing because they don’t want to go through the pain of uncovering buried feelings, fears, and memories. They choose to limp through life rather than pursue the arduous path of freedom from the past.
Why does healing have to be so difficult? Isn’t it enough to have suffered through the trauma in the first place? Surely, God is able to miraculously take away the fear, the pain and the sadness. Yet most often he asks us to walk through grief and sorrow to get to the other side of healing.
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“There will be days that you do. And days that you don’t. But the good days will start to outnumber the bad.” So true. This is a perfection description of recovery and the walk to freedom.
I think so too! Such an important reminder I find 🤍