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Re: Someone's journal: a different perspective 24 Mar 2009 22:45 #4047

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The Talmud says that there are often dreams with some truth to them. As a matter of fact, the way you interpret them is the way they are likely to occur. So always make sure to interpret a scary dream for the good!
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Re: Someone's journal: a different perspective 28 Mar 2009 23:19 #4216

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Chart updated to 16 days. Level 3. please confirm.

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Re: Someone's journal: a different perspective 29 Mar 2009 19:31 #4239

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Confirmed ! Back... but busy and even busier. Ill write more when I have time
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Re: Someone's journal: a different perspective 01 Apr 2009 20:39 #4311

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As unbelievable as it might sound... I just start having more and more less time. And its great! (Except the looming burnout at some point...) Ok, still holding out!

Blessings to y'all!
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Re: Someone's journal: a different perspective 01 Apr 2009 20:53 #4312

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did you mean "less and less more time", or "more and more less time"?  :D
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Re: Someone's journal: a different perspective 04 Apr 2009 20:09 #4334

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Probably neither :D Or both! My tired mind was trying to express its lack of time for the good things that it wanted to do!

So this is my 24th day nearing its end once again - and I have had some rather easy times (in terms of the addiction), and I certainly hope it stays that way! The extremely busy times have a lot to do with it: there was days where I completely "forgot" I had this addiction. Today was a little different, saw a bad picture by accident and the YH is tugging my mind even now. Though I don't give him any chances; with Hashem at my side...  8)

My life is quite muddled at the moment, have to make important choices and have to find some a summer-job: in the middle of the economy crisis - not easy. But I have learned from the second last time, and from all of you guys of course. I am (trying to) not let it bother and trust Hashem.

I am positively surprised that I have fallen "only" two times in ~80 days. Two times too much of course! BUT - compared to my 2 falls per week, or even more, before my real awakening; a  lot better. For the mathematical, thats nearly 15 times better!

Ty Guard and all the others for being here for me - and apologies for not commenting on threads of others - exams (and other things) are keeping me busy
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Re: Someone's journal: a different perspective 04 Apr 2009 21:05 #4337

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I updated your chart. KUTGW!


My life is quite muddled at the moment, have to make important choices and have to find some a summer-job: in the middle of the economy crisis - not easy. But I have learned from the second last time, and from all of you guys of course. I am (trying to) not let it bother and trust Hashem.


Like we wrote in Chizuk e-mail 446: "We are forced to quit playing G-d and let Hashem run our lives. We acknowledge that we are no longer in we control and give ourselves over to Hashem's care, to do with us as he sees fit. This leads to drastic life changes, not just in the area of the addiction".

May G-d be with you!
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