I hope you all have a safe and happy New Year’s Eve celebration! Alcohol is the most commonly used substance in America, so I wanted to remind everyone of some important facts about alcohol.
It’s been proven that drinking too much can lead to many health problems such as liver disease, stroke, cancer and heart disease.
Today is an excellent day for reflection because it reminds us how powerful our drinks are. Make sure your celebrations tonight are worth celebrating tomorrow!
Daily Reflections December 31
The idea of “twenty-four-hour living” applies primarily to the emotional life of the individual. Emotionally speaking, we must not live in yesterday, nor in tomorrow. AS BILL SEES IT, p. 284
Do you have a new year to live? 365 days and 8,760 hours are about to pass. I can make every day like it’s my birthday!
Each of these moments is precious because they’re all ours- do something with them or just enjoy their passage as if each second were an eternity in itself (which might not be far from the truth).
The possibilities for our future seem limitless when we take time today; give into temptation but only once—forgive yourself first before forgiving others who hurt us deeply too many times already . .
This year, make every day a New Year’s Day. Set goals for yourself and try to do better each day rather than setting resolutions that will be broken by the end of January.
Commit to following God’s will and put principles from our A.A program into action in your everyday life!