When I stopped living in the problem and started living in the answer, the problem went away.

When I stopped living in the problem and started living in the answer, the problem went away.

Musings on life From Alcoholics Anonymous 4th edition “BigBook” pg 417

So, once the problem is known and defined, then it is time to start “living in the answer”

“There is a bit of good in the worst of us and a bit of bad in the best.” and I believe this applies to sitations too. Anything that blocks my progress can be seen as either a stumbling block or a stepping stone. Today I choose to see my problems as stepping stones, helping me to rise higher and higher, showing me how to reach my goals, and possibly think of solutions that can also help others!

“Nothing, absolutely nothing, happens in God’s world by mistake. . . When I complain about me or about you, I am complaining about God’s handiwork. I am saying I know better than God!”

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