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Metanola….The journey of changing one’s mind, heart, body, way of life.

Most people don’t change. They rearrange. They cherry pick their problems & push aside as usual the problems & struggles they have been escaping from. They choose the least path of resistance by running from themselves,bouncing from one relationship to another, self-medicating & boozing it up, refusing to meet themselves head on, refusing to get resolution by stepping in front of the mirror of truth.Don’t hold together what must fall apart. The familiar life crumbles so the new life can begin-Bryant H. McGill

An Accepting Spirit Allows Pure Change & Pure Change Stirs Up What God Puts in You & When that Happens You Will Experience With Goose Bumps New Life-One From the Hart

You have to want change. You have to accept & embrace change. You have to believe what change will do even though it takes patience, persistence & pain.God does not patch up the old life, or make certain repairs on the old life. He gives a new life. Katern Kuhlman

You are Never too Old to Learn From Others to be Better

I don’t know who wrote this but this saying gets it…To Achieve Something You’ve Never Achieved Before, You Must Become Someone You’ve Never Been Before. The only one who hinders your right to change & to experience new life is yourself. Once you mature & realize this then an accepting spirit can start forming. Life is progressive, nature is progressive, God is progressive, & so we have change & until you accept this, understand this, your life will constantly be lived out in a back & forth way-One From the Hart

Resolve and Thou Shall be Free-Longfellow

Real change, not some manipulative lie you tell God, your family & loved ones is about total surrender of your old self so you can allow the new life to settle like a seed & then sown by our actions.

Real change from the inside of ourselves out is humility in action, it’s truthful pain, forgiveness, insight into our behaviors, its developing internal sufficiency rather than leaning on others, its killing the sarcastic rejecting self, & the willingness to live by new code of living.If you are brave enough to say goodbye, life will reward you with a new hello-Paulo Coelho

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About the author: Richard Hartner is a wellness coach in Tucson Arizona