Sources of Inpiration Needed!!

Don’t worry two posts in one day probably won’t happen again 🙂  I just want to make an announcement.  I am asking you to send me your favorite quote, short story, etc. that has been a source of inspiration to you on your journey.  (You don’t have to be in recovery to contribute).

I am developing a free android app and I need 365 quotes, meditations or short stories to be included to enhance a daily spiritual practice.

If it didn’t come from your head please include your source.  If it did come from you and you want credit, include your name in the contact form.

Use the contact form here, and please keep entries somewhat short.   The app will be distributed through an email list.

Thanks!!  I will keep everyone updated on the status.


About recoveringfrompowerlessness

I am a 28 year old female who began my spiritual path at the age of 24. I was dying of alcoholism, I felt completely hopeless and powerless. After 2 months of working a 12-step program I learned that I was pregnant. I was a complete mess and I was about to be responsible for another life. I had my baby and later found that the whole time the father of my child, whom I am still with, is addicted to pain killers. Even after getting sober and working a program my life was miserable. I was back in school but my drivers license had been revoked permanently. Basically my short life has been one huge hurdle after another. And yes, I realize they are all hurdles of my own making. Throughout the years I began to feel like that the program that I was involved in was not feeding me spiritually anymore. I am still involved, and I owe my life to that program, I just felt like i was merely getting by. I was trying to conform in a Christian-Based program and I felt like I was the only person who didn't share the common belief system. It took me some time to figure out exactly what was going on, I was not being my authentic self and it was killing my spirit. By the way I am pagan, in case you were wondering. I am learning more about myself constantly and the more I learn to love myself the more I thrive in life and in recovery.
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