Wednesday, April 1, 2015

x2 Step 91 – Journal Step 90 - Today I will make no assumptions.

Today: Step 91 - Review (MP3)

Greetings All –

"Today I will make no assumptions." Step 90

12:23 a.m. Friday, November 17, 2000 – The Commission meeting was tonight – Annual Legislative Dinner meeting. It was both good and bad… I'm angry about the bad. I did not know how to deal with people who are not of goodwill. … I lost in the mental environment for the short term. There are many lessons – much pain. The lesson Thursday seemed to deal with such issues. I need more help now!

Dear Tom,
    You need not go to the black book. We will respond now to your pain. We cannot remove it, but want you to know that this lesson is only a distraction, like the barking dog now outside.

8:10 a.m. Friday continues.

Knowledge and wealth, in the world, should go together. That doesn't always seem to be the case.

I'm in need of connecting with my greater team… How that will, both I don't Know.

Today I will make no assumptions.

8:57 a.m. … My status in 1997 – at the time of the attacks. I was too burned out to defend myself.

The book has an entry in blue ink which is year two.

The text: “Enjoy the freedom that comes without assumptions, for mystery will be a source of grace for you rather than a source of fear and anxiety as you learn to receive it,” leads to the written response on the page: “The mystery of where my contribution is going to take me – and where it has already taken me.

At this point, I know the word “mystery” in general, but not its full meaning and use in Steps. Again, this journey is serious work - stick with it.

Note: If you’ve some interest due to this or other Steps, you should go to the beginning blog post. From here you will learn about Steps to Knowledge and can begin it on the day that makes sense; then progress as needed. You can use the posts on this blog as a companion if it helps. They will remain in order in the archives - one post per Step.

Often it takes 18 months to get through the Steps once. For this blog, the pace is one-a-day, but it really makes no difference how fast you do it, only that you begin, persist and repeat. Posts here provide a trail that may let you have a virtual companion when and if you want one. One may have to study alone, as I did in the beginning. There are other Steps students blogging their experience and you might find a person more like you as a companion, or use a number of such Steps journeys. There are options as well through the Free School of the New Message.

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