Busy Busy Busy, that’s all we hear. No time to do anything that’s on that list. Having to drop off a hand delivered package, went by the Capital building. I have not seen our capital building in a very long time. Kids everywhere getting on and off their busses. t’s nice to see that California Schools still have an interest in teaching this upcoming generation some true history. Across the street the fallen “first responders” monument. There is a woman hugging her little girl on the bench next to me, it’s a statue too. Sacramento is the perfect place for our state capital. I’m working on a health issue project, lets see if we can put our tax dollars to work. Wish me luck!!
I haven’t posted in a few days. I wanted to at least acknowledge and let all know the showing of ‘ A Time to Heal’ was very moving. This depressed man broke almost every bone in his body. The story he told was miracle after miracle. He said as soon as he knew it was the point of no return, he changed his mind. I will write more later, lots of work to do this weekend, but I’ll be here all week!!!! LOL
HE JUMPED OFF THE GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE
… AND SURVIVED
KEVIN HINES SHARES HIS STORY AT THE PREMIERE OF THE DOCUMENTARY:
“A CHOICE TO HEAL—MENTAL HEALTH IN CALIFORNIA”, hosted by actress and mental health advocate MARIEL HEMINGWAY
WEDNESDAY, MAY 21 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
1013 K STREET, SACRAMENTO
What a busy day. Had to post something, right?….
When my life is full of a loving God, of my understanding and I give that love to my fellow human, I feel a special richness that I can’t explain. Daily Reflections, p 148
” My first true freedom is the freedom not to have a drink today. If I truly want it, I will work the 12 steps and the happiness of this freedom will come to me through the steps-sometimes quickly, sometimes slowly. Other freedoms will follow, and inventorying them is a new happiness. I had a new freedom today, the freedom to be me. I have the freedom to be the best me I have ever been.
Daily Reflections, p. 147
If you’re interested in this kind of stuff, do some research on California’s prop 63, over 8 billion dollars, so far, yes, billions- taxed on our California millionaires for years now, I see no change. More government bureaucracy for what? They should be out teaching mental health to Kaiser or something.