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Jim Wallor
, , heartfelt inspiration, a philosopher from 68 yrs. of living. A lefty! A Christian! Author of "60 Days to Recovery, a Spiritual Journal"
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Jim Wallor Jun 3
Life gives all of us special moments we to excel in special ways. So please don't let the wrong people, bad attitudes, bad habits, bad thoughts, an unloving, unwilling, or unforgiving heart limit your acceleration in any way. Give yourself a gift, the very best chance to succeed!
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Jim Wallor Apr 18
In my life I found out that is extremely powerful, but not as powerful as the power of God! When I tuned in "completely" to that saving power available to me, my life changed, and I recovered! Simply put, if you want to overcome addiction, give the Lord a chance!
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Jim Wallor Mar 21
Always glad to help! It's not about religion, it's about growing spiritually.
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Jim Wallor Mar 21
I overcame it my friend by turning to the Lord. After rejecting it for many years I found the Bible had all the steps, to overcome all addictions. What I found once I delved into it was that it was actually very simple if I put all my thoughts, my mind, and heart into it.
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Jim Wallor Mar 20
Sorry to any of my new followers, or old followers. I am unable to follow any more according to Twitter at this time. Ridiculous! I will follow whenever I'm allowed to again!
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Jim Wallor Mar 20
penetrates, infiltrates, & gains access to a heart, a soul, each mind, a family, relationships, the unsuspecting, the susceptible, vulnerable, the filthy rich or the dirty poor, weak or strong. You can't bury your head in the sand, to the difficulties that it creates.
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Jim Wallor Mar 20
When totally possessed me, my soul never felt peace, my mind had an uneasy decisiveness, & my heart was consumed with insecurity. I found life created deterioration, decline, & descent on its own. Allowing addiction to weaken & corrode my well being was unacceptable.
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Jim Wallor 23 Feb 19
Replying to @satisfiedsarah
You are so right Sarah!
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Jim Wallor 23 Feb 19
's about learning the significance of surrender, forgiveness, truth, trust, faith, & love. It's having a heart that forgives, & then gives it back. It's overcoming obstacles that hold us back. It's gaining confidence & strength for all the things in life we have to face.
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Jim Wallor 23 Feb 19
Broken lives, broken homes, broken hearts, broken people is what brings to lives that choose to play with its fire. There's no happiness in a household when someones life is ruled by it. There is no harmony, or peace. There is no truth, or trust! So choose !
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Jim Wallor 23 Feb 19
Encouragement can change another's life, turn it in the right direction. It's one of the most powerful ways we can help. I found there's always someone who needs it, needs inspiration. That's when we need to step to the plate, when our cream rises to the top.
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Jim Wallor 23 Feb 19
Maturity in comes from both a combination of time & mistakes. Relapses, mistakes happen, but they're never as important as what can be learned from them. A satisfying life isn't measured by what we accomplish in life, but by what we overcome, in order to accomplish it.
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Jim Wallor 17 Feb 19
When we think about what we're capable of doing to better ourselves throughout recovery, our lives, we need to think also about how much more we're capable of achieving if we allow God to do what he's capable of doing through us. What we do is limited, what God does is limitless.
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Jim Wallor 29 Jul 18
When we give the power to control us, we are also giving it the power to destroy us, to evaporate our dreams, to extinguish our careers, redefine our goals, & truly bleed the life out of us. is where will, & strength can be redirected toward success again!
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Jim Wallor 13 Aug 18
keep others from seeing the real you. It blankets feelings & emotions. They stay hidden behind walls the heart & mind create. It also weakens the way we think. It overpowers our thought process. It breeds poor choices. It harnesses vitality while limiting ability.
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Jim Wallor 19 Aug 18
Pat your kids on the back often. You can't reach a limit on the amount of encouragement they need. Your words are powerful. Empower them!
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Jim Wallor 23 Aug 18
With , what works for one may not work for another. For me, understanding that it is also a spiritual issue helped. I believe that if you diligently work to heal yourself spiritually, if you seek God as a source of strength in your life, you can, & will .
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Jim Wallor 26 Aug 18
My sincere thanks to all that have purchased my book. It's my way of giving back, my way of helping anyone suffering, deeply, from the constant struggle of their addiction. Remember friends, recovery is truly possible!
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Jim Wallor 29 Aug 18
I found to overcome you have to learn how to control thoughts because they influence feelings, & feelings impact actions. What we think, we become, is a very real principle. How we deal with all the random, tempting thoughts that engulf the mind, defines our direction.
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Jim Wallor 21 Sep 18
In I learned that joy doesn't come to us by how well we manage, maintain, or manipulate outward circumstances. No, it comes from how well we develop our inward strength, our relationship with God, & how persistently we continue to seek him.
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