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#86 Apr 1, 2013
Seriously__ wrote:
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This is great advice. There is almost always someone around willing to help a person who truly wants help. Reaching the point of being willing to accept that help is often the most difficult part.
Healing from life's traumas is possible for almost everyone that wants it and are willing to work for it. Of course, I recommend leaning on God, but even for those who do not believe or who cannot rely on God right now, healing from life's traumas is still possible.
Obeying the Lord can be difficult at times, but it is worth all the effort that is required. Just like all good habits that we try to cultivate, it gets easier as time goes on as well :). IMO, with obedience comes healing for many. Christ requires much from us, but He gave and gives so much more.
God bless you and yours!
Hi Seriously - totally agree. God bless you too.

Barnsley, UK

#88 Apr 1, 2013
Black Mormon Pope wrote:
<quoted text>Were you thinking of your mom when you said moron, because I assure you that Mormons even the FLDS would not want your mom. She is in fact, a moron, as you say.

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