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jackiegs wrote:I really appreciate your replies, thank you so much. It's really encouraging that you have an understanding of where I am.
I hadn't heard of John Sherman until you mentioned him. I've downloaded his book as I really liked what I read online just now.
jackiegs wrote:My response to your first question...
I totally believe in life after death.
...after 3 years of feeling meaningless, fearful, and cynical and disbelieving of anything other than the world as I saw it, I entered a period of complete turnaround...
...As soon as I took myself away my mind would empty of thought and I was, as I told myself, home. I was amazed that I had forgotten what home was! I don't know if this makes sense but it felt like the tip of infinity in that it went on and on and I was merely experiencing the tiniest, tiniest particle.
Webwanderer wrote: Life events and conditions can be distracting and we can forget, for a time, that there is a source of truth and clarity within us. The good news is that it is always there awaiting our remembering.
jackiegs wrote:Meaning...yes, I've thought a lot about what you said. I'm thinking about the difficult times within myself (yesterday was particularly difficult) and how I define them. And wondering if my definitions make these times even harder.
dijmart wrote:Webwanderer wrote: Life events and conditions can be distracting and we can forget, for a time, that there is a source of truth and clarity within us. The good news is that it is always there awaiting our remembering.
Ha, ha, ha...Oye e' yae! It's been a rough couple of weeks? months? Don't recall...but I'm back as of very recently (like day before yesterday!!!). Funny thing is I don't remember what woke me back up again?
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