Prayer(some religious content)

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EasyStreet
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Prayer(some religious content)

Post by EasyStreet » Wed May 01, 2019 12:13 am

so much residual pain,
and active pain, too. As I
open myself to the truth.

The healing light of truth makes
Buddha necessary,
as it makes
Jesus necessary,
and other
Names never to be known are necessary..

Maybe you have a Name of your own.

And so I ask the Universe (and Above, always Above),
to reduce my suffering
as I strive to reduce the suffering of others.

And help me become a better human being
to do unto others as i would have them do to me.





A note;

(Spending time on this forum really makes me start digging. Things I don't think I can say anywhere else.)

Thank you for accepting me as I am.
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Thanks for being my tribe.
May I always be a worthy member.

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Re: Prayer(some religious content)

Post by Booklover » Wed May 01, 2019 12:28 am

I agree can truly be myself here and look deeper at the pain instead of trying to pretend its not there
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I will become a survivor not a victim

Gentle (((((hugs))))) 🤗if ok

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Re: Prayer(some religious content)

Post by there » Wed May 01, 2019 3:25 pm

ES,
Lately, I heard that openness is one of the faces of love.
Thanks for sharing that "I open myself to the truth."
'Paris is always a good idea.' --Audrey Hepburn

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Kinds of pain (graphic metaphor but ok I hope)

Post by EasyStreet » Thu May 02, 2019 6:00 pm

++ Thanks for responding!

Everyone is different but I’m spending a lot of time ripping scabs off and pouring rubbing alcohol on the wounds as they have festered for years.

You know in folk medicine comfrey is used to heal wounds but one is cautioned to ensure the wound is very clean before the poultice is applied since it speeds healing so fast. I have some of those deep scabless wounds, too.

I need help learning to bandage myself.
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May I always be a worthy member.

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