Category Archives: recovery

A good read, cover to cover 

I’ve been meaning to finish this book for years but quite often, I’d pick it up, get preoccupied with life and put it down. By neglecting discipline, I was doing myself a huge disservice. A life without discipline is a life without direction. Without direction, my life became empty, trivial and worrisome. I became worn… The post A good read, cover to cover  appeared first on BayArt.

The latter day merry-go-round 

If I am being completely honest, I have been going in circles for the vast majority of my life. It’s an embarrassing omission really; however, it is true. These days everything is happening so fast. Everyone is moving so fast. The thing about moving at such a momentum at all times while simultaneously going in… The post The latter day merry-go-round  appeared first on BayArt.

Being His instrument

Writing about the things I do isn’t easy. Honestly, I tiptoe alot to keep my self from sounding like chicken little; that is, a small insignificant nobody who everyone thinks is just scared and crazy. 
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The Exit Appeal

I’ve been hearing a lot of talk that suggests that people can’t get help with mental illness because of the stigma attached to it. Maybe….Thing is, I have encountered many people who struggle with mental illness that are quite vocal. In fact, they are vocal all the way to the grave. Discussion is just one part…

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Mirage

My beautiful image How I love you In your total unreality Filtered through A hundred lenses Of need and hope Guilded with dreams Moulded as a shield Against fear Against uncertainty Never undervalue Or underestimate The rarity of safety What precious lengths Can be called upon To secure this So precious jewel Was it offered…

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Sustained 

Since I’m not a fan of engaging in trivial conquests like reinventing the wheel, I’d like to take an ancient approach to a seemingly novice affliction (anxiety). Here’s some pearls of wisdom “What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun.”‭‭ (Ecclesiastes‬ ‭1:9‬)…

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The Anxiety Trap

Me declaring my own sovereignty lead to total chaos in my life. I thought being in control would bring me peace because I would always know what to expect. By attempting to take matters into my own hands, I placed myself in a position of authority that belongs solely to God. God is not going…

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