Curable: (adj) capable of being cured
People are frightened of fear.
Fear can be terrifying—therefore, the desire to avoid it produces a great intimidation to be fearful.
Just this morning, a colleague was so intense on proving her innocence that she produced a fear of being intimidated into considering her weakness, which made it impossible for her to be curable.
Denial is the path to destruction.
Any successful curing begins with the realization that the disease is present, the weakness is at work, and the fault is in full bloom.
“Here is the treatment and here is the prognosis.”
Nothing is curable if it’s not treatable.
Nothing is treatable if it’s not acknowledged.
So if one decides to live a life free of the contemplation of error, there will never be a sensation of being cured—just a maintaining of the symptoms.
There is something beautiful about being curable.
There is something magical about being declared cured.
And there is something humbling about allowing the curing process to do its anointing all over our circumstances.