The greatest reward
Thursday April 30, 2009
I am writing this letter to let you know, and any readers that may be in need of hope, that thanks to you and many who agree with you, I am finally breaking free. After much work it is possible to leave behind the cocoon of pain that our parents wrapped us into.
It takes years, many years, so don't procrastinate it, and it takes a horrible amount of pain, and above all, RAGE. So much rage that you can find yourself feeling homicidal.
But there is a break in the clouds eventually, and it gradually becomes apparent that life is not the looming horror that our parents led ourselves to believe. Life can be better than that, and it IS better. When we live life listening to what we really want, even the blackest moment of GENUINE despair becomes beautifully significant. And thankfully, there can be wonderful moments too. It is the greatest reward of all.
I hope anybody who's reading this is also going in the right direction like I feel I am, and please listen to your own feelings. Take time every day to ask your body what it really wants. If you tune into the channel of genuineness, these feelings can't be wrong.
AM: Yes, I agree with you, it takes time, it doesn't go without pain but it can bring the gratest reward. You are so right when you write: "Take time every day to ask your body what it really wants. If you tune into the channel of genuineness, these feelings can't be wrong."