The practice of Drishti is a technique in which one controls one’s gaze. This helps one develop concentration. In addition, it teaches one to see the world as it really is.
It doesn't matter about money; having it, not having it. Or having clothes, or not having them. You're still left alone with yourself in the end. - Billy Idol
We hear this phrase "Quality of Life" all the time. But what does it actually mean?
There is a stigma in regard to being depressed. But is it okay to experience what our minds and bodies have naturally given us?
"Gastroparesis is treatable," said the first website I found. I was so relieved—now I would find the answer to my suffering. Unfortunately, it was not going to be that easy.
For many in addiction recovery, saying sorry to our loved ones just won't cut it. They have heard it too many times. A living amends gives us the opportunity to let our actions speak for us.
This topic is intended to be a useful tool in developing a good 6th and 7th Step workshop, group particpation event and not to be in competition of the AA Big Book.
Holidays with family can be something we dread or something we look forward to. With good preparation, we can do more than just survive the holidays.
While the topic of addiction and recovery is identifiable to just about every human being, we wish to see films that are realistic. Films that connect to our experience, strength and hope.
"Cogito ergo sum" - René Descartes, Discourse on the Method (1637)