Ressurrection Day Two: Quenching my Thirst

After writing Day One yesterday evening, I saw a post on Facebook that described the atmosphere of an all night prayer that I wanted to attend as Supernatural. I was two hours late but we made it, and the ingredients for a supernatural experience were sprinkled lovely to host the presence of God.

I pressed my way last night because I felt like passing out, and not under the holy spirit. I started this challenge and I missed something that I need most, water. After realizing that my headache was warning me of something I inquired spiritually for an answer. Apparently drinking liquids no matter how healthy they are, does not replace water.

Ah-ha! Biblically, water is a representation of the holy spirit so for the purposes of this next point, I needed to clarify what water represents.

No matter how health conscious we are, or how well we balance everything else in our life, water is the foundation for wellness. The amount of nutritional value in our meals, and our relationships can be filling but without water we will forever thirst. – Ressurrection Graves

Ressurrection Graves is a child sexual abuse expert, and H.E.A.L.E.R. who has decided to journal her self-challenge to eat no food for sixty days. She is available for media and speaking engagements on topics surrounding child sexual abuse and homelessness. She may be reached at: ressurrection dot wordpress at yahoo dot com or 202.717.7377 (RESS)

About Ressurrection

Ressurrection Graves is a Child Sexual Abuse Grooming Expert and H.E.A.L.E.R. (Healer, Educator, Activist, Life Skills Expert, Empowerment Speaker, Relationship Mentor) Her website reaches readership in 188 countries. She is available for national speaking engagements, radio and television interviews. She can be reached at: 202.717.7377 or send your request to: ressurrection dot wordpress at yahoo dot com or comment on http://www.ressurrection.wordpress.com
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