Although I haven’t been a 12 Step member, I have joined people in their meetings. I found people’s stories both fascinating and inspiring!
I also was a person who spent a lot of time stuck in the past, rethinking everything I said or wrote and questioning whether it was the right thing, the very best thing I could have said.
Now that I am writing in earnest, I only look back if it helps my writing.
Thanks, Wisdom, for taking the time to write this. 😉 ❤
Again, I am posting now because I won't have time tomorrow!
Peace, love & happy memories to all,
Sherrie Miranda's historically based, coming of age, Adventure novel “Secrets & Lies in El Salvador” is about an American girl in war-torn El Salvador:
Her husband made a video for her novel. He wrote the song too:
In Remembrance of Things Past by Marcel Proust there is a classic moment where he is eating a small cake called a madeleine. As he dips it in his tea he experiences a rush of memories from when he was a little boy and his Aunt Leonie would give him madeleine which had been dipped in tea as well. The memory was a very sweet one for the main character of the book. Yes, memories can be quite wonderful. They can also be quite instructive. As we review our past we can identify mistakes which were made and take action in the present to correct them. Where we get into trouble with memory is where we become so enwrapped in thoughts of the past that we neglect to take care of issues in the present. This can often happen when we have fears about moving forward and seek the past…
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