Oooh, yes. The ugly crud between the fear and the freedom sometimes seems barely navigable, but there is freedom on the other side. With the help of my ‘tour guide’, I have found that freedom for a couple of ‘events’. This gives me hope that the same is possible for all of the rest. I really like this one, Susie. 🙂
Wait… I didn’t drink at all last night, and my sisters BOTH beat me here. *sigh* That’s alright, I’m evidently the late sister. But I’d appreciate it if y’all didn’t start referring to me as your “late sister, Shari.” Cause being late to church isn’t necessarily the same as dead. I hope. 😉
Thank you, Susie. The problem with fear seems to be that once we allow it to control us, we may become immobilized to the point that we do not even realize that there is another side, another way.
“Forget the former things;
do not dwell on the past.
See, I am doing a new thing!
Now it springs up; do you not perceive it?
I am making a way in the desert
and streams in the wasteland.