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Have you ever felt like your life was just hype? Have you strived for blessings that never came? How have we defined success that sets us up for failure? This series will examine the meaning of a blessed life and give a clear pathway to living out of it.
In a heart-melting moment, TED Talks Education host John Legend sits at the piano to sing "True Colors," giving the lyrics a special meaning for kids and teachers. "So don't be afraid / to let them show / your true colors / are beautiful, like a rainbow."
Play now A visit to the Centre Hélio Marin (CHM) de Montalivet, a French naturist resort on the Atlantic coast near Bordeaux, that has over 3,000 sites and over 5,000 people per day in the summer. We also announce the launch of an organized vacation to CHM Montalivet. Links to items mentioned in the show: Song: Nue au Soleil by Brigitte BardotCHM MontalivetVacation in Montalivet – July 5-16, 2013Episode XLVIII
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“I dreamed I had a child, and even in the dream I saw it was my life, and it was an idiot, and I ran away. But it always crept on to my lap again, clutched at my clothes. Until I thought, if I could kiss it, whatever in it is my own, perhaps I could sleep. And I bent to its broken face, and it was horrible….but I kissed it. I think one must finally take one’s life in one’s arms." Arthur Miller, After the Fall. You've gotta feel it to heal it. You've gotta fly the plane that's on the runway... It isn't about feeling good or better... it is about feeling everything.
The Couch Potato Podcast is proud to present the third episode of the Revolution Roundtable Podcast. This time Laura, Miranda, and Jeff share their thoughts on "No Quarter" and "The Plague Dogs". YOU can be the voice of the Revolution by calling the SPUDline: 949-437-SPUD (7783). Let your voice be heard! FEEDBACK: Email us: CouchPotatoCast@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter: @15YearOfDark and @CouchPotatoCast Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/RevolutionRoundtable and facebook.com/CouchPotatoPodcast
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Soul Work Thursday 11/01/2012 Chapter 3, More about Alcoholism - page 30 paragraph 1- thru paragraph 3. Words: Vain, Persistence, Illusion, Astonishing, Fully Concede, Delusion, Pitiful, Incomprehensible, Demoralization Questions: 1) Why isn’t my Quiet Time a way of life for me? 2) What is the resistance to having a QT? 3) Do you believe that having a relationship with a God of Your Understanding is what the 12 Step Study process is all about? 4) Are you willing to admit that you are bodily different than others? 4 a) Are you willing to admit that you are mentally different than others? 5) Do you still obsess that someday you’re going to be able to go to …ex. a party and drink a fancy cocktail, or buffet and eat without weighing? What is your great obsession? 6) What are you obsessing about? … putting your time and energy into? 7) Can you relate to the story I just told you? Identify and own where you are at? About holding resentments, gossiping, 10th step, hangover, and living in recovery by sharing our experience. 8) Are you in delusion about what you can handle in any behavior, people, or substance? 9) What was the last delusion you were in? Write it out. How did you or how are you resolving it in a healthy way? How did it affect your food, sobriety, sleep, etc. … 10) Was your illness progressive? Write out your story. Notes (week 44) 1 November 2012 Big Book Step Study – notes on the workshop More About Alcoholism, page 30 from start of the chapter: ‘Most of us have been unwilling to admit we were real alcoholics…’ until end of 3rd paragraph: ‘Over any considerable period we get worse, never better.’ Stephanie encourages us to go to the handout page at: www12stepstudy.com and read ‘slips’ by William Silkworth – AA conference approved literature. Dial 641 715 3900 pin 95666# if you cannot make the live workshop. Third Step Prayer. Set Aside Prayer (see website for handout of the Big Book references for this). Donation for the website: Stephanie Whiting PO Box 64 Hanover MA 02339 As Stephanie has been saying every week since this workshop began in January, Quiet Time is vital. Q1 Why isn’t my Quiet Time a way of life for me? Q2 What is the resistance to having a Quiet Time? Q3 Do I believe that having a relationship with a God of my understanding is what the Big Book Step Study workshop is all about. If you are having trouble with a Quiet Time see the website for the 12-week Trust and Rely workshop. Call 641 715 3900 pin 97200#. Each week a new led Quiet Time half hour is available. You can do it with Stephanie until you get on your feet and it is part of your life as it is today for Stephanie. It took her a long time to see that having a relationship with God could replace one with the dysfunction of addiction. In Stephanie’s opinion that is the Big Book’s answer. Recommend listen on the playback (same phone no. + pin 95546#) for Katie speaking about a higher power and Step 10 at last Tuesday’s Big Book meeting. The live meeting is Tuesdays 3-4 EST on same tel.no. and pin. Most of us have been unwilling to admit we were real alcoholics This means you are unwilling to admit that you need God to stop your addiction. There are many people who say they are an alcoholic but they think that going to meetings and doing the tools will keep you sober. They may not drink but will be a dry drunk. Stephanie doesn’t want to be a dry drunk. She wants to live so that she can be happy joyous and free and have others ask “what the heck do you do. You don’t drink and you’re happy?” A real alcoholic is willing to admit that they cannot stay clean of their addiction and they cannot have the joy of living by just going to meetings and working the tools. Stephanie says just about every week how important going to meetings and working the tools are. She does this on a daily basis as she is not cured, but she does not just rely on that.
Digital media has changed everything. Is a worship service as we know it still a relevant activity? Will people take time out from their daughter’s soccer tournament on a Sunday to sit in rows and sing hymns? Will fifteen and sixteen year olds stop texting long enough to pay attention to something like that? And is it possible to turn the tables? Can digital media be our servant rather than a distraction and actually help us into an experience of the presence of God? What would that look like? This session was amazing! It was so visceral...they actually crushed boxes...literally!