Henry Robert Kimball
A few friends and I call seeking guidance from God and helping others as "doin the deal".
I realized some time ago that I was spending too much energy on talking about spiritual matters and believes or ideology. Done too much, it becomes less about being helpful and easily enters ego and hypocrisy. I needed to stop it because it was wrong.
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Quirky Life
I have spent over 40 years of my life addicted to one drug or another and alcohol. I smoked marijuana from the age of 13 to the age of 30 on a daily basis. I worked so I could make enough money to buy pot. I smoked every day from the time I woke up until I went to sleep. I managed to make it through high school, 4 years in the Navy and several empl... read more
Brother Ken
Living out the Twelve Steps

“Having had a spiritual awakening . . . we try to practice these principles in all our affairs.” (Step 12, Alcoholics Anonymous)

What are the guiding principles in your life? Are there any teachings you believe in that empower you and give you hope and strength? There are bunch out there, including the Ten Commandme... read more
Henry Robert Kimball
Resentment is the 'number one' offender. From it stem all forms of spiritual disease. When the spiritual malady is overcome, we straighten out mentally and emotionally.
The problem is that when harboring such feeling we shut ourselves off from the sunlight of the Spirit. So if we are resenting we are blocked off from God.
The good news is that t... read more
Henry Robert Kimball
Only constant admission and candor with my faults, along with amends for the harm I (my mouth usually) cause others, will give me the pause I need to NOT act in a effort to control you. The thought itself is a dishonesty. I don't have to 'work' on my defects. Screw that, they work on me. It isn't about trying to 'head them off at the pass'. They co... read more
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