Daily reflections are an important part of any Alcoholics Anonymous program. They help you stay on track and focused on your goals.
Today, I am grateful for the progress I have made in my recovery, and I am committed to continuing to work hard. I know that relapse is always a possibility, but I am prepared to face whatever challenges come my way.
Thanks for being a part of my journey.
Daily Reflections April 7
And, speaking for Dr. Bob and myself, I gratefully declare that had it not been for our wives, Anne and Lois, neither of us could have lived to see A.A.’s beginning.THE A.A. WAY OF LIFE, p. 67
My life would not be what it is today without the love and support from my family.
I feel blessed that they’ve sent me on this journey, one which has helped them grow old together with all these memories making up who we are as a couple or just being able to see each other daily can’t express how much gratitude I have towards those close people in your lives!
We all deserve to be happy, but the only way we will find our happiness is by being grateful for what we have.
It’s not about how much you have, it’s about your attitude towards everything that you do have. If this inspires you in any way or makes sense to you, please feel free to reach out and let us know!
The members of Alcoholics Anonymous are always here ready and willing to help anyone who seeks their aid–no matter where they may be on the path of recovery.