As a disabled solitary living a very solitary life, it's important to remember that one is never alone. My cat familiars and all the sentients of nature are always with me. It's important for me (and others in similar aloneness) to be mindful of my unity with all sentient life. Blessed Be! http://www.absolutesoulsecrets.com/
I'm sure that the only one that is impressed with the bitter root in a persons life is the devil. "It is perfectly legitimate for believers to suffer grief. Our Lord Himself was a man of sorrows and acquainted with grief. THOUGH GRIEF MAY REACH TO THE ROOTS OF OUR SOULS, it must not result in bitterness." ~ R.C. Sproul
This is a great reminder on how to not let; Fibromyalgia, CFS/ME, chronic illness, take complete control of my life and rob me of all the things I love to do! GREAT TIPS to help me along the way so I can do what I want & not 'pay' for it any longer than I have to! *Pin Now For Later
God is the reason! Amen!!! More more i am becoming patient with the cross i carry. More and More I am Trusting in the Lord, that I am exactly where He needs me, in this life. Maybe to help others, or be an example, or to give others' hope, in the midst of a disability. That we can "do His Work," in spite of such!! Thank you Lord, for all I sacrifice, in your Holy Name!!