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We joyously reach out to others.
“It wasn’t my fault, but I now take responsibility. I take responsibility, with joy. Seeing myself and others clearly, allows me to truly love and serve others. I embrace my mission to love with abandon. I love particular people and places.“
Now that we have discovered our unique vocation to love, we embrace it recklessly! Be not afraid! We do not let our hearts be troubled by the fact that we cannot reach everyone and change the entire world. We can make ourselves crazy worrying about the whole world!
Rather, reach out to the particular people, places and situations that you have identified in Step 5. These are the people, places and situations that are important to you.
The Sexual Revolution really is a war. We cannot deny that. But we must understand that it is principally a spiritual war. We therefore pick up and embrace the weapons of spiritual warfare: the weapons of love and truth and persistence.
The result of winning the Sexual Revolution will not simply show up in changed public policies: it will show up in peace. We wish to achieve Sexual Peace for ourselves and others. We cannot do this without acknowledging that there is a war going on in the first place.
You are finding peace through your willingness to face reality: to face the truth about what happened to you, about your part in it, and about your on-going need for support and conversion.
Here are some ways you can offer that peace to others.
Reaching out to others could include telling your Survivor Story on the Ruth Institute website. It could include creating or participating in regular
programs sharing information about the Sexual Revolution and its Victims. The possibilities are endless.
Here are some specific activities:
Do you feel peace coming over you as you step out of yourself and reach out to others?
“A new commandment I give unto you: that you love one another; as I have loved you, that you also love one another. By this shall all men know that you are my disciples, if you have love one for another.” John 13:34-35