Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley


(Audio) Use Unkind Acts to Help Create a New World

posted by Guy Finley

In this podcast, Guy Finley talks about how we can use everything that we encounter in our relationships with others to change ourselves.




  • Dale Wilson

    I am trying to absorb this video. I keep having the same experiences with the same person. I keep listening to what this person is saying, and if just eats me alive. We are all in an AA meeting, he is the chairperson. some time he alway’s talks about having this or that, materialistic, stuff. Well I mention that in the Western World, U.S.A., people measure a person’s success, by what he has, and that it is a trap I have to stay out of. Then I get home, and read something about being at the right place at the right time, is God’s Grace. So now I am on the path of understanding about God’s Grace. I myself, believe that there are now winner’s or loser’s, good or evil,rather that we are all children of god. We may call him a different name, but the principles are the same, from phony’s all the way down to the drunkard, and then back to the Bleeding Deacon. I think the opposite, than the wealthy man. I have always had to trust in a higher power, being a drunkard and an asshole, at the sametime. Doing incredibly, tragic off the wall, and even sometimes, horrible;actions.
    I do not believe that anyone has a right to judge. What we see and understand with our feable minds, is minute. Most things that we really do not have the answers to, about the questions, we have asked ourselves, is God’s Stuff. Having Faith that everything is going to be alright, is another way of saying, it’s one of God’s Promises. This is a Gift, that will keep giving as long as I keep Grace, to others. Forgiveness is the key, to staying in the moment.I could go on and on….thx. Mr.Wilson :)

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