Monday, July 2, 2012

Your Faith and Fibromyalgia

It's something that I've never talked about.  Why?  I have ALWAYS felt I should NEVER have a say as to what an individual believes.  I'm not an ordained priest or priestess.  I believe in God-- don't get me wrong, but I'm not a preacher when it comes to my fans.

Personally I do teach religious ed on the side but a lot of that has to do with my strong connection with the people in my church and community.  I DON'T teach my own kids.  I pay for them to be taught.  I do this on my own.

So... having said that this blog post will be about your religious stance-- if you have one.  I know there are some people that have no religion and they pull through their pain as they can by believing in themselves.  It's great that they can.

For those that can't, look to your God, the one that drives you for support.  Yes, Church can be a good thing.  There might be people there that know what you are going through.  I know it's hard to open up.  I've had my HUGE share of having it hard, but don't disclose your faith as an outlet.

We all need our faith-- whatever it is.  You could be an agnostic and your faith keeps you going, an atheist and your faith pulls you through, a Christian, a Catholic, a Pagan, a Wiccan, a Jew, a Muslim... Did I miss someone?  If so, please add yourself in the comments so I can be conscience of you too.

Today the Bible reading of Juiras came up.  I love that reading because the first and second that go with it give me hope as a sufferer of Fibro.  Jesus always wanted to heal.

I believe that but you might not.  It's okay.  The point is-- BELIEVE in something to  help you through the bad times.

Yes, there is a fight with the Roman Catholics right now with the government.  I know.  And if you want to get into it, PLEASE email me.  Let's not cloud this positive site with negative crap about what's going on today.

Stay fabulous!
Love and friendship,

Kimberley
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