Madie wrote:I totally understand where Na'rayah is coming from, with very valid points and arguments. At the same time I don't doubt Huffette's story in the slightest. I do believe things have happened the way she said they did. I think certain people have a higher purpose in this life and that purpose is most probably to help and change the lives of many people on the course of their lives. I believe that's where the AA take personal charge of the lives of certain individuals, to make sure that they are allowed to do what they are supposed to do and answer their calling.
I also feel that by no means all the other poor souls why die in misery and suffering are by any means less important however, not everything must make sense to us and what may seem as a tragedy to us could very well have a higher purpose and those lives have ended to serve as well a higher purpose. Believe me, I know pain first hand of losing the other half of my soul and it took me many, many years to understand and see it this way. I believe we are all being kept by Angels and when inexplicable tragedy occurs there is a reason albeit we may never see it or understand it because of our grief or because we try to comprehend events trough logic.
This is just my point of view and my own understanding.
I'll try to make clear from my perspective, I'm agreed with above.
Correct me if I'm wrong, there's saying,
"If you need something, just ask, they hear you, and will give you. Believe in God, and He will sent his angels for you."
and there's one saying,
"God has plans for us. Believe in Him and you'll be saved."
idk where I saw this before, but I'm certain, I read this somewhere tho. If you feel the AA not helping you, try ask your heart and mind, did you believe in God?