Set Free

Posted on April 20th, 2010 by Cam.
Categories: Let's talk.

I can’t believe the freedom that I am experiencing at the moment.  It is quite foreign to me, and frankly I am having difficulty adjusting to it, or believing that it is happening.

It has taken a psychiatrist only a session or two to speak truth into my situation, and I have been released from incredible guilt, oppression and made my future look tangibly hopeful, not just a belief that things can get better, hopefully, maybe, one day.  Possibly.

I feel that they are better now.  I still deal with a deep sadness that my marriage has gone, but there has been resolution in this decision, and it has been turned into a healthy resolution.

It has been a very long time since my mind has felt this freedom, so I hope it will do wonders with my health also.  I am sure that my health has taken a real beating while my heart and head have been struggling to survive.

For me, it is going to be an exciting adventure to see how long I can remain on this earth.  I have found peace in a lot of things recently, and I am happy with my lot.  I don’t feel like life would be unfinished from any point here on.  I haven’t been able to say that or think that for a long time.  I am loving the possibility that my life is about to begin again, with more freedom living to be experienced.

This has been the most significant battle of my life, even over the cancer – I can’t explain it fully, but the resolve in my head has been the miracle that has defined a real turning point in my life I feel.  I just hope the body joins in the party.


manda & Iain

Comment on April 20th, 2010.

simply brilliant stuff Cam… mwah xx

the Hoppies

Comment on April 24th, 2010.

Hang on, it looks as if you are receiving a total healing
to your entire being! PTL!
Big Blessings, the Hoppies


Comment on April 26th, 2010.

Being free is good. Remember, Jesus first told the man that his sins were forgiven. Then he said take you bed and go. So, here we go. It’s good to be touched by God.

pam randall

Comment on May 1st, 2010.

Bless you, bless you, Cam. Love Pam & Jim R.

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