Serving & Right Action Expands the Presence of God Within and Without

Last Sunday, our pastor elaborated on a theme I’ve tried to convey over the years, which is that the spiritual life is not an intellectual exercise but an experiential one, created and established through right action. He spoke of the sanctuary and the people and the teachings in the book of John. He said that there is much more going on here than just a bunch of random, disconnected people listening to an intellectual seminar, but rather something bigger, something alive, something powerful. When people come together with the intention to grow and evolve spiritually, the presence of God increases and the scene becomes much more than a room and a pulpit and a few breathing bodies.

This is why service is the most powerful and essential action to the life of an addict, or anyone who desires to get close to God and to evolve spiritually. Continue reading

Warped Addict Perceptions, Which Sadly Includes Most Non-Addicts & People In General

Addicts and alcoholics falsely believe that their circumstances in life are the cause (and therefore the fault) of external events, other people, or even the society/culture at large and the entire world. This idea that everyone is somehow a victim of something external is one of the most depraved and destructive poisons of our time. It is ripping apart the very fabric of society. It is ripping apart families, friends and even nature itself… that is, what is natural. It has co-opted media, education and science (whatever that is). It has induced mass mental illness… fueled of course by fear, all of which is an illusion. Anyone who believes anything the media or the government tells you and anyone who complies is either mentally ill, painfully stupid or insane – perhaps all three. Continue reading

New Privileged Addict Page on Telegram

Please pray and stay very close to our Lord God in these times. Trust me, darkness is upon us and it is going to get worse. Our job is to survive, to reject their death jab at all costs, and to grow spiritually. I should probably start a new blog because the truth about the world and how to navigate these times feels to me to be of the utmost importance. If you are an active alcoholic or drug addict, you must immediately find God, do the necessary work on yourself and then go protect and provide for your family. This is what real men and women do. It is time to grow up and get rid of the selfishness and the endless pile of sins holding you back. It is time to wake up and open your eyes. It is time to let the truth in and assume responsibility. It is time to stop being dependent on others or on the insane government. That is not an answer. They do not exist to help you. Turn your life over to God and your entire life will crack open and begin anew. Continue reading

The Ability to Enjoy Less

“The secret of happiness, you see, is not found in seeking more, but in developing the capacity to enjoy less.” – Socrates
“The more you eat, the less flavor; the less you eat, the more flavor.” – Chinese proverb


If happiness lies in the ability to enjoy less, then being an addict is the precise opposite of such a condition. So when we get better, we develop the ability to enjoy less. The more we simplify, the greater the pleasure in simple things. Continue reading