A life lived free of fear

“I get the cross. And I don’t think it has anything to do with what I have been taught. “

Want to find out what I mean by that?

Is this another false teaching to be avoided – or a truth to be embraced?

“I get the cross. And I don’t think it has anything to do with what I have been taught. “

It’s probably just more “click bait” – an outrageous statement just to draw you in.

Or is it … ?

“I get the cross. And I don’t think it has anything to do with what I have been taught. “

This journeying is a very personal thing.  “No one comes to the father except through me” invites this journeying to be a very personal thing.  Invites going “off-piste” or else the road is wide and straight and someone else’s construction.

“I get the cross. And I don’t think it has anything to do with what I have been taught. “

Want to ski off-piste for a few minutes?

🙂

Thank you –

Paul

Just me being curious

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In every training scenario my whole life – work, home and play – there is one constant:

Asking for help is a good thing.

And then the training finishes (and asking for help becomes a bad thing again).

Help please.

There was one time in my life when “asking for help” brought  help advice from all sides.  Every single person gave “good help advice”: to give up on someone – to give up on loving someone.  And the help advice was the same from all sides  – and that made “it” a force of its own – an assumption of unanimity – a decision taken without ever being taken.

Apart from one.

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One voice that invited me to hope.  Gave not advice but unconditional help love.  One voice out of all the voices – even though all the other voices were also of love.

But a…

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