No Legs, No Arms, No Worries

What Is Holding You Back?

Nick Vugicik's life brims over with joy, and I think we all come away with an appreciation for Life without limits. What, really, would your life look like without limits? What is holding you back?

Debt? Work? Depression? Abandonment? Persecution? Inadequacy?

Do you need to wait till retirement? Do you need to wait for permission?

Who are you, to shine?

Who are you, to succeed?

Who are you, to be happy?

You are you. Be you.

Bad things happen, even twice.

Really bad things, I mean.

We can't always change it.

But we can rewrite our story.

We can make our story change.

Not the past, but our present.

Right here, right now.

Let Love's Fiery Flame Into Your Core.

And watch the lies melt,

including the you who isn't really the true you.

With God all things are possible.

If you had no limitations,

what would you do with your one precious life?

Not tomorrow, but today,

What is one thing you can do?

So what is holding your back?

What is it that you lack?

Let's reach beyond that belief

And scratch below the surface and bore

Down into the core.

What part of your story do you see there?

Where did the seed of the lie get sown?

Can you picture Love's fire in that place?

Draw a picture.

Sing a song.

Write a novel.

Dance to the rhythm of Love.

Don't fight the fears.

Don't feed the doubts.

Focus on Love. God is Love.

Change the vibration, right at the root.

A new song will be drawn up through the sap.

Your roots are getting stronger.

Your branches are reaching up.

You are a story unfolding.

We eat from each other's trees,

As we listen to each others stories.

We need you to be the real you, not a GMO.

Step up, tell your story.

Be brave. Choose you.

Yeah, you.

Create your world.

With all my love,


Susan Schiller knows how it feels to lose everything: marriage and family, church and reputation, finances and businesses, and more. Susan's upcoming, interactive memoir, "On the Way Home," tells the story of how she came to be known as "the most abused woman" her counselors had yet met and how she learned to navigate her way out of hell to a rich and satisfying life. In her lifetime, Susan has served in duties ranging from home school mom – to pastor –  to full-time deliverance minister – and to Midwest regional prayer coordinator for a large international ministry. These days you can usually find Susan soaking in her favorite hot springs pool, reading a book (or several), blogging, baking bread, or hanging out with her family and friends. You can get a free copy of Susan's upcoming book, "On the Way Home" by registering here.

Copyright 2013, Susan Schiller, For reprint permission for any commercial use, in any form of media, please contact Susan Schiller.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Caro Ness January 28, 2014 at 5:14 am

…right now, I am in the best place ever!




Susan Schiller January 28, 2014 at 8:41 am

That’s a great attitude and perspective to have, Caro!


Linda H January 28, 2014 at 10:54 pm

Caro, that is fabulous! So glad to hear someone who is enjoying her journey! Keep going girl!!


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