A train of thoughts — a recovering addict.

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Is it about just life there is to it? Or, more than that? One may definitely wonder about the known and not-so-known things to life, but not the unseen aspect; just the other side of life where some of the addicts tread to. No longer content with their lives they go to unimaginable lengths to fulfill their basic need: to escape! 

But, there is a different angle to it! A more positive line of thought where the feeling of need vanishes and the feeling of giving back dominates our train of thoughts. It’s no more just about me; It’s about those around me too. How can I come to truce, where you are no longer gonna do it just for yourself but for others around you too.

There is a line, it’s still finite. Once you fall of it,  it’s going to be the end of it. That said, I find the comfort in not just getting to that line but a different, more positive line altogether!

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15 thoughts on “A train of thoughts — a recovering addict.

  1. Nice reading about you

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Be in touch. Browse through the category sections, I feel you may find something of your interest.

    Happy New Year !!!!!!! and best wishes for you in 2014 🙂

  2. Many blessings to you for sharing your journey! Thank you! It is inspiring to read this. There was a time in my own life that I was escaping, and then there was the day, when I wondered what life would be like without the need to escape – and then there was the realization that I had once lived a life free of drugs and escapism and that I could take steps to get back to that. Your blog is refreshing and real. Thank you, Kim

    • Thank you so much for your kind words and the encouragement.
      Sometimes, it’s the easier option to escape. We have to learn to not escape into the clutches of drugs/alcohol, but to meaningful and beautiful things in life, which is sometimes hard for us.
      Thanks a lot again and wish you all the best in your journey 🙂

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