If you’re like me, then you probably make a lot of resolutions for the new year. And if you’re also like me, then you probably don’t keep most of them.
But one resolution that I’ve been able to stick with is to read daily reflections. In case you’re not familiar, daily reflections are a set of questions and prompts designed to help Alcoholics Anonymous members stay sober and on track.
Today’s reflection is: “What can I do today to take care of myself?” For me, this question forces me to be proactive about my sobriety rather than wait until I’m struggling before taking action.
What answers does it bring up for you?
Daily Reflections April 26
I don’t think happiness or unhappiness is the point. How do we meet the problems we face? How do we best learn from them and transmit what we have learned to others, if they would receive the knowledge? AS BILL SEES IT, p. 306
A lot of my life has been spent looking for happiness.
The search led me through a series of geographical cures, financial ruin and emotional devastation before I found A.A., which is now giving me the tools to grow into self-acceptance.”
As I mentioned before, the search for happiness is an eternal one. But what if you could find it in a place that helped you grow into maturity?
What if there was a group of people who understood your pain and were willing to help heal it with their support?
If this sounds like something you’re interested in learning more about, please don’t hesitate to reach out!
We are always happy to talk with potential members or current members who want someone else to listen.