What if you were a plant, what would you be?
Why not flowers? They are so beautiful.
As you sink deeper and deeper into the meaning of the following poem, you may discover purpose; an escape from porn addiction.
Few days; much trouble
Flowers withering away
Like fleeting shadows
At least, trees have hope; cut down
Stump dies; scent of water; buds
Jot down the poem on scrap paper and look at it throughout the day.
Ponder the words of hope.
Job 14:1 – 14
P.S. How did the scripture in Job affect you?
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Peaceful mountain stream flows through lush forest , Doi Inthanon National Park Thailand
Peace Offers a Host of High Energy Emotions.
What does pornography offer you?
Long-term emotions, what Low Energy Emotions Does pornography deluge you?
Proverbs 14:30 New International Version (NIV)
30 A heart at peace gives life to the body,
but envy rots the bones.
Peace comes to those who find recovery from addiction.
As You Read the Following Poem, you will witness an unseen beauty.
The beauty is right inside you?
Suppose you could find the one secret that gives you hope, what would you do for it?
Ponder each verse of the poem to feel the meaning for your life.
Where Does One End?
Can any Bargain
Follow the heavens beyond
Difficult or easy, Why?
Ants never reach pinnacles
There are very few people who reach self-awareness.
Critical thinking comes from asking questions, and understanding comes from self-awareness. Having awareness opens understanding to your purpose.
Where do you want to go?
What do you what to do?
Who do you want to become?
Whose love do you want?
Joyfully explore the feelings that you are feeling. God guides you through your conscience.
Very few people reach the zenith of self-awareness.
Thank God that you are not an ant.
You can Look beyond the earth into God’s heart for enlightenment.
Broken wing; flight stops
Weary, builds her strength; there’s hope
Fly; fall; try again
Young eagle grows tired; still hopes
Everlasting God gives strength
Soaring High; Broken Wing
Isaiah 40:28 – 31
Instruction for a four minute Meditation:
- Read poem out loud.
- Emphasize words that have meaning to you.
- Breathe deeply, exhale during reading, and meditate.
- Silently read poem to the rhythm of your breathing
- Having eyes closed, remain silent.
- Probing your heart, ask, “What does the poem mean to me?”
- Throughout the day, you may continue to ponder the meaning.
- Thank God for His compassion, wisdom, and comfort.
At the conclusion of the following poem, you will experience the meaning of “now.”
Keep reading and discover how recovery is timeless.
Yesterday, I grow
Today, I know … I am choosing
Tomorrow, wheat plants
World, earth, mountains, dust, me, dust
Soul, spirit and timelessness
Psalms 90:4 – 6
As You Meditate on the Poem,
You Discover the Meaning of We.
The hanging bridge
Entwine our Life.
The Right Hand of God frees souls from addictions.
As you read this poem, meditate on how the power of
God is greater than the universe.
God’s Comfort Brings Peace
Soul’s music sings fresh tunes
Sunrise, Lyre, harp awaken
Higher than heavens
Love’s faithfulness reaches skies
Right Hand Saves Souls on the Earth
Psalm 108:1 – 6