Half measures availed us nothing. We stood at the turning point. We asked His protection and care with complete abandon.”Believe Bill

Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 59

Every day I stand at turning points. My thoughts and actions can posture me toward or away from my path of destiny. The life I am meant to live. Courageous I am when I admit that I have come to the end of something and to the invitation to turn with abandonment, conviction and faith, to walk the path, I was destined to experience. Oh, how those first few steps seem so arduous and frightening until I surrender, become present, connect to my inner resource and allow my heart to be my guide. It is during these times that synchronicity creates the path that will set me free to my authenticity and usefulness to myself, my community and the world.

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