INTERVIEW ON THE PRICE OF BUSINESS SHOW, MEDIA PARTNER OF THIS SITE.
Recently Kevin Price, Host of the nationally syndicated Price of Business Show, welcomed James Kuczykowski to provide another commentary in a series.
The James Kuczykowski Commentaries
James Kuczykowski shares Active Surrender to God’s Prayer for the listeners who will benefit from its calming effect and of course, the prayer effect. James emphasizes that we must not have sitting on stuff and not doing anything. There’s no such thing as something for nothing. We must live in the present without worrying about tomorrow. Listen to this commentary and get inspired as James shares his wisdom, and the scripture. Also check out the book Thy Will Be Done: Enjoy the thrill of true joy and happiness.
Hello! My name is James Kuczykowski, aka “Uncle Jimmy”. I grew up in a blue-collar, steel-mill working community of about 6,000 souls and was raised by two God-loving parents in the Catholic religion so attended Catholic schools all my life. I enlisted in the U.S. Air Force in 1980 and was discharged honorably in 1984. My time in the service is of happy memories as is my childhood. I had two older brothers, an older sister, and a younger brother. I also had a French poodle. At age 14, I was attracted to the spirit of “high times” that saturated the atmosphere and so entered the world of sex, drugs, and rock n roll. I remained a “Party boy” until the age of 35 in 1996 when I entered the great fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous(AA) with an old friend who took me to my first AA Meeting I had a chance encounter with 6 months prior, at, of all places, a cocktail lounge.
I consider myself to be a “Turtle on a chair”. If you see a “Turtle on a chair”, know for certain it got help getting there. I am a grateful recovered alcoholic today because of so many loving people in the fellowship of AA who encircled me and took me under their wings, so to speak. I continue to attend AA meetings mostly because going to meetings helps me stay sober and there is so much joy in living AA Spirituality, which is in a nutshell,, “Trust God, Clean house, and help others”. When anyone ever reaches out for help, I sincerely desire to be of help to them. I want to give back what was so freely given to me.