daily recovery blog 07312020

daily recovery blog 07312020

Years ago, I told a friend that I couldn’t meditate. My brain wasn’t capable, I thought. I can’t focus like that. And that friend asked, “Do you know how to worry?” Well, of course I know how to worry! “Then you know how to meditate,” she said. “It’s just that you’re...
daily recovery blog 07302020

daily recovery blog 07302020

a view from here in this recovery life today – sitting on a bench on the east end prom, reflecting on my yesterday and a moment of grace. that brief instance when some thing, some one, some event steps in to redirect the path I’m headed down yesterday...
daily recovery blog 07292020

daily recovery blog 07292020

This morning from my bench the clouds were low and didn’t clear as the sun came up. As I waited to see the sun, I was aware of what was brightened as a result of the light from the sun even though I couldn’t see the sun itself. It actually made everything...

daily recovery blog 07282020

A new dawn and a new day. Sometimes I feel in control of my day – the logistics, the actions that I need to take that align with my intentions for the day. And some times my day controls me – usually when emotions are involved. That was yesterday. From...
daily recovery blog 07272020

daily recovery blog 07272020

My view for today … what a difference an inch makes. After I sat on my bench, I closed my eyes and took a deep breath, when I opened my eyes, the sky was murky, dark gray, storm brewing type of dark. As I started to shift my gaze the from left to right (Falmouth...