On State Route 11 in Ashland, Maine - beautiful blue
Monday already, boy that went by fast. Older daughter here yesterday, they're moving to Alaska on July 6th, makes me a bit nervous.
In recovery we learn to give up hate. We must stand for justice, not for hate. We must learn to respect people. They, in turn, will respect us in most cases. We begin to see how important it is to give up hate—if we want others to care for us.
Hate is often one of our secrets. Hate is found deep in our hearts and minds. It eats at our souls. It hurts our spiritual growth. Sometimes people are public about their hate. There are even dangerous groups based on hate. But, the most dangerous hate is the private and unspoken. Do I have public hates? Do I have secret hates?
From the Book: Keep It Simple
“Success is getting what you want, happiness is wanting what you get”
― W. P. Kinsella