Courage to Change

Hopelessness is often our drive for change. We are wired for comfort, and we resist change unless there is a sense of urgency.

Listening to the sermon yesterday had me responding with a lot of, “ohhh”, “ohh yeah, totally” and “yup, for suuuuure” thoughts, and to be completely honest, verbal cues that maybe only those close to me would recognize as affirming statements. Bob had such powerful statements all throughout the sermon, but I couldn’t get the above italics out of my head. For me, being in recovery, it is entirely too relatable.

While the term hopelessness initially makes me think of the glaring moments in my life where I felt completely and utterly hopeless, it then…

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