How Does a Person with Pornography Addiction Heal?

 

The Fable Below Is Based on Real Life Truths.

Universal Compassion Crosses All Boundaries

Long, long ago, a girl in a fishing village was found with child.

Being tortured, she finally revealed that the Zen master was the father.

 

On the outskirts of the village, the villagers found him meditating.

 

The villagers denounced him as a hypocrite and

told him to keep the baby.

 

Taking the baby, the master said, “Very well, very well.”

 

He made arrangements with a woman in the village to

feed, clothe, and care for the infant at his expense.

 

His reputation was ruined.  His followers abandoned him.

 

After one year, the young girl confessed,

“The boy next door is the father.”

 

In the spirit of contrition, the villagers asked the Zen master for the child back.

 

The master said, “Very well, very well” (De Mello, 1982, p. 94).

 

For you, what’s the lesson of the story?

Can you share?

 

Meditation

“For wisdom is better than rubies; and all the things that may be desired are not to be compared to it” (Proverbs 8:11, public domain, KJV).

“Woman, where are those thine accusers? hath no man condemned thee? She said, No man, Lord” (John, 8:10 & 11, public domain, KJV).

 Reference

De Mello, A. (1982). The Song of the bird. p. 94. Lonavla; Indian: An Image Book.

 

 

Published by: curepornaddiction

In the year 1971 I became a store manager at age 19. I discovered I had a gift for mentoring. I gave one on one coaching, instruction and teaching with ease. And, I loved it. However, I had a problem that held me back from achieving my full potential. I was addicted to porn. When I was going through my puberty years in life, I found pornography (adult magazines) in my Dad's closet. I was hooked. I had my ups and downs throughout my life: Ups, when I was off of porn and using my gift: and, Downs, when I was using porn. Porn captured my attention, holding me back. I found the secrets to breaking free from porn. Like anyone else, I have to work at keeping my emotions positive, every day, to stay free. Limiting emotions--fear, doubt, hate, lust, sloth, pride, any emotion that kills joy. Joy is the ultimate weapon against porn. You have it; porn loses its hold on you. I dedicate this blog to those who are looking for ways to end pornography in their life. To Your Peace, Power and Plenty, Dale P.S. The picture above is not me. The photo represents all families free from pornography.

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