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sweet tempations

I usually don't post photos of sweet temptations on the blog—they tend to hold us captive with unending promises and unbridled delight.

Isn't that the truth?

Are we blinded by loud screams of sugary promises and lasting fulfillment? Do they offer to soothe our inward pain. Oh, the promises. 

Whatever it's saying to us, is it speaking truth or offering a lie? In the long-run, will it deliver what it promised? Or does it deliver instead something quite the opposite—disease, heartache, and more pain. 

Something within us is hiding the truth. Disguised as creamy white frosting with caramel sprinkles, it has indeed perched itself on flimsy ground and it's singing a believable tune. Oh, the lies.  

How often do we fall for un-truth? Is telling yourself a lie serving you well? What is truth and how do we find it? Discover how to quiet the lies of untruth, guilt and self-condemnation. Find something that really delivers what it promises. Find the solid ground of truth. 

How can we find the things that really fulfill our inward hungers? You can find freedom from food addictions. You'll discover the answers to these questions and many more, in my new book—Out of Obesity, coming soon. 

Posted on Wednesday, December 7, 2011 at 08:00AM by Registered CommenterJulia Holloman in | CommentsPost a Comment

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