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Oath Of Order...
By Gondor44646
1/6/2010 8:45:45 PM
It's been awhile...

I'm still doing good, I am on day 70, again, this time however I will beat my record.

I'm trying to figure out who I am. I moved out of my home and I am attending college elsewhere, my mother is a big help of course. This is my Oath Of Order... The Chaos and confusion that once ran my life is over. It's tough and sometimes I don't want to play the game of life because it hurts too much. But I can become who I want to be, with God on my side... that is all.

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keep it up    
"Keep it up, remember with God all things are possible, and you create your reality in your head first. Your doing great! That's better than I have done in years."
posted at 12:08:44 on January 7, 2010 by adrastos
Nice, Gondor!!    
"That's awesome! I'm on day 60, and I feel the same way. Things have been getting easier and easier for me this time, but I still never want to let my guard down and become complacent.

I'm happy for you that you're moving on with your life. The Lord undoubtedly has great plans for you."
posted at 13:24:15 on January 7, 2010 by ETTE


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