This is a beautiful concept. That mastering one art allows you to master others is intriguing as well.

The use of drugs is something I stay clear of, perhaps because my father and stepmom were steeped in them, and I felt their impact.

The sober mind is confusing enough for me.

I have an open mind to understand that there are many ways to God and do not judge another's journey; I just want to be allowed to direct my own.

Many in my youth that would indulge, and the Midwest may have more stoned people than sober from what I have seen.

I commend you for the disciplined accounting you take for your chosen lifestyle.

Your words are educated and compassionate in the few articles I have read, and I respect that.

Thank you for teaching the responsible use of psychological assistants.

I know that God loves His Son and that we are all a part of the Sonship who aches for Him even as we deny His essence and our own.

Atonement, His (Christ’s) Story, Three Temptations: Addiction, Power-Hunger, and Depression, “Seeing” Truth in the “Unseen”, Living Above the Chaos C U there :)

Atonement, His (Christ’s) Story, Three Temptations: Addiction, Power-Hunger, and Depression, “Seeing” Truth in the “Unseen”, Living Above the Chaos C U there :)