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By Pattycake
4/13/2012 8:56:51 PM
My friend I ment through the treatment group I have been going through has been there for me physically but not spiritually. I feel disconnect spiritual form church and from my self I feel more and more I am loosing who I am I know I am his daughter. I am worth then I know. But it's hard to see my old friend and I start to wander why me. Yeah it's to test our faith but y me. And some times we don't know until during that trail I still feel y me. I feel I am trying but I fail what I do. I need to have that change and I want it quickly. But I got to be patient to see what god want me to be. I want to see it now.

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We don't have very good sight    
"Sometimes I talk to friends who I look up to and they think the same thing. And I always wish that they could see how great they really are. But I do it too. It's hard to see yourself as the person that Christ saw and said I'll take it for her. But that's what happened. There's something in me worth saving. Worth the pain. And I don't see it.

But I trust God. In AA they say that faith is trust without reservation. I may not completely believe that I am worth it. But I trust enough to act as a disciple of Christ. I've gotta trust that there's something in me that is worth it. Something. And someday I'll find out what."
posted at 22:13:14 on April 13, 2012 by Iamstrong
I know exactly what you mean.    
"I want that spiritual feeling so bad, and im starting to realize its not going to come on its own. It really is up to us as individuals to invite the spirit in. And sometimes we don't realize how far we've come and that can hinder our progress, but we should always keep trying to better ourselves."
posted at 23:49:09 on April 15, 2012 by moronidenovo


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