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|As Saint Augustine said, “To many, complete abstinence is easier than perfect |
moderation.” Instead of struggling with trying to control the eating of your binge
food, why not avoid it entirely until you've worked through the underlying issues
|The challenge of distinguishing abstinence from “using” Recovery begins with |
abstinence, and abstinence is a frustratingly vague concept for anyone suffering
... As Augustine put it, “Complete abstinence is easier than perfect moderation.
|“Complete abstinence is easier than perfect moderation.” Saint Augustine Doing |
nothing is easier than correcting mistakes. Perfect moderation is relative to the
degree of obsessive compulsions. Be hot or cold but avoid lukewarm. <Bateau> ...
|“Complete abstinence is easier than perfect moderation.” (St. Augustine of Hippo, |
411 CE). Extremes are easier to pursue than equanimity. When presented with
options, we are often tempted to choose the absolute because it is so final and ...
|I didn't eat a bite of sugar for the first eighteen years of my recovery, and then ... |
and preparing your meals in advance, you will discover what the great Saint
Augustine once said: “Complete abstinence is easier than perfect moderation.”
As you ...
|Moderation in people who are contented comes from that calm that good fortune |
lends to their spirit. ... On my personal issues side of me, I learned after many
years that complete abstinence is easier than perfect moderation. Droplets of rain
|Abstinence - 57. Complete abstinence is easier than perfect moderation. - St. |
Augustine 58. Always rise from the table with an appetite and you will never sit
down without one. - William Penn 59. Abstaining is favourable both to the head
|Smoke and complete abstinence is easier than perfect moderation. —Saint |
augustine toxic gases kill more people than flames do. Even if you escape
physical consequences, the resulting reputation, shame, and guilt are hard to
bear. Don't do ...
|Complete abstinence is easier than perfect moderation. —Saint Augustine (A.D. |
354–430) There never has been, and cannot be, a good life without self- control.
—Leo Tolstoy (1828–1910) No man is fit to command another who cannot ...
|Complete abstinence is easier than perfect moderation. While the Archivists |
record the lessons of the present to be useful to future generations, the
Paracelsus order rediscovers the wisdom of the past to be used in the present.
These are ...
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