“I think a spiritual journey is not so much a journey of discovery.
It’s a journey of recovery.
It’s a journey of uncovering your own inner nature.
It’s already there.”
– Billy Corgan
Well THAT, my friends, is a lot to think about. Just to be clear – I use the word spiritual when I refer to the part of a person that doesn’t show up on an x-ray. I think that part of us is where courage and hope sit. In my opinion spiritual needn’t be religious. I certainly hope that none are offended that I would talk about spiritual things. My intentions are always to find avenues to connect, commune, cooperate, and coexist.
I pray/wish/hope/pray that you will find joy in the journey. As we come to terms with our addiction we come face to face with ourselves. We uncover our inner nature. It isn’t always an easy journey, nor is it without surprises. But I encourage you to make the journey and to engage the support of compassionate folks for your journey.
At QuittersWin we are glad to be your journey-mate.
Izaak Walton said, “Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter.”
I think that the journey is sweeter, too.