Enjoy the Thrill of True Joy and Happiness

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In the walk of true joy and  happiness, living free of all resentment is the absolute must ingredient. Primarily because resentment and happiness can not exist in a human heart at the same time.

Harboring  resentment is absolutely disastrous in the human life and foolish because this form of anger,regardless of the seeming cause, always comes back like a boomerang and harms the resentful person and never the person who one is angry with.

One way to look at resentment is the person who has a resentment  is like a person who drinks a glass of toxic poison, sits down, and waits for that other person to get sick and perhaps die; The only person who is affected and harmed by a resentment is the one who is resentful.

Whenever a human soul has a resentment, he or she is a liar: a resentment is nothing other than refueling a past harm that really should be let go of and  is wishing for a different, perhaps better  past.

Nowadays, people let themselves get twisted up and bent out of shape because they know they are right and want to prove it,, but the six million Dollar question is: “Do you want to be right or do you want to be happy, joyful, and free”? If one wants to be happy. One needs to drop the grudges

So what is one to do? How does one let go of obsessive resentntful anger?

Here is one answer: In the beginning of my my spiritual journey about 25 years ago, I was told by my 12-step sponsor: “ If you have a resentment  that you want to be rid of, If you will pray for that person every day for 2 weeks, asking God to give that person every thing in their life that you want in life yourself, before the 2 weeks are up,you will not only be free of that particular resentment but where you had bitter anger toward a person, you will begin feeling pity and compassion for the person.

I have witnessed this little prayer exercise work not only  in my  life but in the lives of countless friends in the anonymous 12-step fellowship, of which I am a grateful sober friend.

The short but powerful prayer that I share in my book entitled “Thy Will Be Done: Enjoy The Thrill of True Joy and Happiness” which robs no one of any time is this: “Dear God, give to (Name of person resented) everything in their life that I want in my own life, and even more. Give him( or her) all the peace, love, abundance and happiness that is possible to a human soul living on this earth, in time and someday, in heaven forever. Amen!”

It should be known now that everything that happens in our life is a result of God’s great love. Things that I have and things that I don’t have are all a part of God giving it or withholding it. Everything is God’s love in motion.

Next,, I want to share just a few tips for  healthy and happy well-being that one way wish to consider:

  • Consider taking a 10-minute walk, preferably in nature, every day and while you’re walking, smile at creation with a grateful heart, God loves grateful hearts!
  • After your walk, consider sitting in silence and meditate: talk to God about your goals and ask him how you ought to go about accomplishing them Most importantly, ask God if your goals are within his will for you. The answers to these questions will always come when one is ready for the answers to arrive.
  • Eat more foods that grow on plants (berries and nuts) and eat less foods that are made in plants.
  • Drink lots of water every day(1/2 gal.).
  • Pray, hope, and don’t worry!


If you would like to obtain a copy of my book previously mentioned for just $12.95, I encourage you to first visit my website: www.thywillbedonebyjameskuczykowski.com to find out what people around the U.S.A are saying about it and to find out if my book meets with your reading interests.

And finally, a blessing from scripture for you: “ The lord bless you and keep you! The Lord let his face shine upon you and be gracious to you; The Lord look kindly upon you and give you peace”(Numbers 6:24-26).


James Kuczykowski, commonly known as “Uncle Jimmy,” hails from a blue-collar community centered around a steel mill, home to approximately 6,000 residents. Raised in a devout Catholic household by two God-fearing parents, James received his education from Catholic institutions throughout his early life. In 1980, he made the pivotal decision to enlist in the U.S. Air Force, serving with honor until his discharge in 1984. His years in the military are fondly remembered, paralleling the cherished memories of his childhood.Within his family circle, James was one among two older brothers, an elder sister, and a younger sibling. Not to be overlooked was his cherished French poodle companion. However, by the age of 14, James found himself drawn to the allure of the “high times,” immersing himself in a lifestyle defined by sex, drugs, and rock n’ roll. This continued until 1996 when, at 35, he found redemption through the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). Interestingly, this transformative encounter was instigated by an old acquaintance who had introduced him to an AA meeting at an unlikely venue: a cocktail lounge.Describing his journey, James often likens himself to a “Turtle on a chair,” emphasizing that such an unusual sight must surely indicate some form of assistance. His gratitude extends profoundly to the supportive members of AA who enveloped him with care and guidance. Their nurturing spirit has enabled him to maintain sobriety and embrace the principles of AA Spirituality, encapsulated by the mantra: “Trust God, Clean house, and help others.” His commitment to the fellowship remains unwavering, attending meetings regularly as a source of strength and joy. Whenever someone seeks assistance, James stands ready with a genuine desire to offer support, driven by a heartfelt aspiration to reciprocate the kindness and assistance he once received.

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