Tuesday, 3 March 2009

Book Spotlight: Vital Signs of Recovery by Linda K. Rudder


A first for this blog as I put the spotlight on the book, Vital Signs of Recovery, by author Linda K. Rudder.













I was “Released on my own Recognizance,” so to speak, on July 6, 1957.

It seems I began running up an insurmountable emotional debt almost immediately upon my arrival. I tried to coerce everyone in my life into making the payments. Imagine, if you will, the proverbial beggar. In a tattered, dirty overcoat, tin cup in outstretched hand, dark glasses perched on a forlorn weathered face- the epitome of desperation.
Now, try to mentally impinge the frame of a five-year-old little girl who’s curly blond ringlets fall around a face housing big brown eyes, hidden behind the dark oversized glasses. The coat hangs like a drape, while a chubby hand barely emerges from the wrinkles of too-long sleeves, which pile around the cup it clutches.
That was me…no less pathetic, contrived in charm, and much more effective in getting my cup filled to a sometimes overflow of imposed upon compassion. However, when filled, it was never enough and when it overflowed, it was always wasted.
My approval addiction.


Vital Signs of Recovery is a ministry to all who endeavor to exchange the bondage of fleshly limits with the bounty of spiritual desires.

Buy VITAL SIGNS OF RECOVERY

To Learn More About Linda K. Rudder and Her Work Visit:
http://www.vitalsignsofrecovery.com

2 comments:

Sheila Deeth said...

Interesting. Thanks for the introduction.

Jim's Words Music and Science said...

Hi. I'm here at A. F. Stewart's prompting. I review fiction at Nearly nothing but novels, and write mainly on the environment. It was a pleasure to read this posting. Best wishes, Jim

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