For the cause of “good” came destruction.
For the cause of “making things better” they became worse.
For the cause of right, came chaos.
Within the chaos, I tried to fix.
What I tried to fix remained broken.
What I tried to control remained immature and fought me for freedom.
Then I became aware of my own insanity.
By admitting it I became sane.
By letting go came freedom.
By setting free came maturity.
By admitting wrong came humility.
By accepting humility I welcomed help from a Higher Power.
It gave me strength in my weakness.
It gave me wisdom in my ignorance.
It gave me love and compassion instead of judgement.
And it gave her wings.
And it gave her freedom to go on her own journey.
And permission for me to get out of the way and let it happen.
Wynema Clark – 2/20/2019
2 thoughts on “A Mom’s Journey of Recovery”
Beautiful. Love it. The Lord has given time the words, “unleash.” See the outcome wrapped up in the finished work. Amazing Grace. I love your blog. You are a wonderful writer and I love your heartbeat in Grace! In it w you.
I love the word “unleash” because it comes because of trust that finished really does mean finished in Him! ♥️