Is Now a Good Time?

It took nothing short of a personal revolution to change our doomed and miserable lives. When revolution ends, it usually becomes fossilized and even fascist, as witnessed time and again throughout history. Revolution, ideally, is an ongoing, revolving process. The revolution of a record on a turntable gives off a constantly changing and evolving melody that usually makes sense to the listener. If it begins to skip, the melody is lost, becoming both annoying and senseless. The song of our recovery demands constant and consistent revolution. For the whole to be realized, incessant repetition and skips have to be eliminated. We have to consistently question and evaluate our progress and belief systems, getting rid of what will cause us to skip, repeat and stop the forward movement of our growth.

—Mel Ash

‘The Zen of Recovery’


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