God bless the world

I pray for the end to the war in Ukraine. I pray that China doesn’t invade Taiwan.

I had a really positive day today. My friend let me help others at her op shop. I felt grateful to make friends with new people.

I am a limited extrovert. I am not so extroverted as when I’m sick, but I can socialise nonetheless. Not so much at church, but I value friendship anywhere.

I pray there will not be a third world war. I pray for religious cooperation between faiths. I pray for the salvation of the souls of my enemies.

God bless the world


Lockdown is lifted

The snap 8 day lockdown is lifted for south-east QLD. Yay! Now I can go back to reading at the library and buying boss coffees!

I must apologize for the way I’ve behaved in the past. I was unable to get shock treatment for my mental illness before I was 18 years old. I was kept for very long amounts of time in the kiddies mental health unit when shock treatment could of cut my stays in half. It would of saved me a lot of embarrassing moments in my life too if I had shock therapy.

But I didn’t realise I was full blown mentally ill until my psychotic breakdown in 2017 when I pushed a male nurse. I was put on a treatment authority, which I am very glad they did. It obviously means I have some unresolved suppressed anger issues in the depths of my subconscious.

But with age comes limited humility. With social isolation and social rejection, I’ve come to accept my place in society, and the scorn and humiliation that comes with it. It teaches me the virtue of humility, which St John Climacus says in the ladder of divine ascent ‘without humility nobody shall enter the bridal chamber.’

I thank God for enemies. Bless my enemies, oh Lord. Bless them, and do not curse them, as the prayer by St Nicholai Velimirovich says for his enemies. God bless us all.