Few of us realize that God is all we need until God is all we have.

There you go. I feel much better today but I did not like the physician much. Well – not so much don’t like him – as was not impressed. Once again the pressure is on me to take the Hep C drug. Now he advises that I take the Hep B medication first. Floundering is what I would have called it and straight out lying. He told me that they have had only a couple of failures out of 500 people in the Hep C clinic. I KNOW that that is not true. Person after person that I have spoken to has something really wrong after the medication.

It does turn out that the Ulcer is healed and there are no varices. Maniacs. They both got it wrong.

We went to Coffs to see the specialist. The grounds of the Old Hospital sit there unused. They have been that way for many years. I wonder why. Its prime land. It could also become Public Housing.

He was telling me to trust him. Trust him – pfui ! I was across the road from the old hospital where my Mum was left to die without oxygen in 2001. Iz saw a Doc the day before he died.

Why in the name of God would I trust them ?

Ah well. I am at least up and about and I have driven to the Kids’. And we have laughed. Things are OK.

As Bill Sees It
May 9
The Way Of Strength, p. 129

We need not apologize to anyone for depending upon the Creator.  We have good reason to disbelieve those who think spirituality is the way of weakness. For us, it is the way of strength.

The verdict of the ages is that men of faith seldom lack courage.  They trust their God. So we never apologize for our belief in Him.  Instead, we try to let Him demonstrate, through us, what He can do.

Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 68




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