I am commiting
By SoberFocus
8/8/2011 4:55:11 PM
I am committing to coming into this blog everytime my eyes wonder the pages of the internet and my thoughts are carried away by the images that excite me. I don't want to be so far trapped that I begin to justify any more. I am also committing to doing a current inventory once a day to know where I am. I am going to spend at least 30-an hour planning and within this time I am going to become focused on what I need to do online, and report back when I am safe having completed this if necessary. I cannot live a lie of purity and yet have impure images playing through my mind.


"I have made this same commitment..I look forward to writing more on how I feel each day. I know it will make a better person out of me. I know that I need to work extra hard to get the images out of my head. I commend you on this commitment. you are awesome."
posted at 17:12:09 on August 8, 2011 by urbnoutdrzmn
Start with a block on your computer,phone, I-pad ect.......    
"K 9 is free. Have someone else know the password though.
Stay committed!"
posted at 02:20:16 on August 9, 2011 by Hero
Thanks for the support    
"I am motivated. I came back to the site to find safety and both your replies after I had blogged and found peace, became motivating to me. Thank you for being involved!"
posted at 00:41:24 on August 10, 2011 by soberfocus

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"I will speak briefly of the principle of repentance. How grateful I am for the understanding we have of this great principle. It is not a harsh principle, as I thought when I was a boy. It is kind and merciful. The Hebrew root of the word means, simply, "to turn," or to return, to God. Jehovah pled with the children of Israel: "Return . . . and I will not cause mine anger to fall upon you: for I am merciful . . . and I will not keep anger for ever. Only acknowledge thine iniquity, that thou hast transgressed against the Lord thy God." When we acknowledge our sins, confess them and forsake them, and turn to God, He will forgive us."

— Richard G. Hinckley

General Conference April 2006