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post #1 of 5 Old 09-13-2015, 09:39 PM Thread Starter
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Some things happen at the strangest times.

I had a fantastic ride today, but something more happened that I have to tell.
Today I put the top down and had a great ride, during my travels, I had a revelation that has changed my life. As my friend Kim said many times, wind theropy is wonderful, and tonight I cannot dissagree with her as it has set me on a new path that has eluded me for many years..

Tonight I feel a lot better then I have in the past week, I have undertaken a new path in my life. Although I have a long road to follow, I feel exhilirated at my start, for it has brought me some early relief, and I am very thankful for that. I plan on following this road as best a I can with my new found savior. I may faulter at times, but I will not cease to believe He is with me. I have made some mistakes in my life, and since realizing I needed help, I turned my thoughts and prayers to the only one I really believed in. I felt it today in my travels. I know He is with me and he heard my prayers. This may seem trivial and silly to many, but to me it is real, and I will prevail to the best of my ability. To my friends and relatives, know that I have not abandoned you and hope you will stand by me now and in my future. I know that I will keep all of you in my prayers and thoughts also. I will not abandon all the friends and things we enjoy so be thankful that I will enjoy being with you and joining you when and If I can. May the Lord keep you safe and in my life.
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post #2 of 5 Old 09-14-2015, 08:05 PM
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I'm not a religious person but I try my darnedest not to downplay folks religious opinions, as hard as it can be sometimes.

If you found mental complacency after a drive with the top down I'm very happy for you. Whatever makes you happy I always say.


I do wonder a bit why you felt to make this a separate thread than your "Wind Therapy" thread. Seems like it would've fit there just fine???
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Good to read you found a better road to travel. Life passes too quickly not to enjoy every day, and hopefully (try) to help others along the way. Be safe.
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I get wind therapy on my bicycle. Either dodging trees and rocks, or traffic.

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I'm not a religious person but I try my darnedest not to downplay folks religious opinions, as hard as it can be sometimes.

If you found mental complacency after a drive with the top down I'm very happy for you. Whatever makes you happy I always say.


I do wonder a bit why you felt to make this a separate thread than your "Wind Therapy" thread. Seems like it would've fit there just fine???
Just never occured to me at the time.
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