It’s easy to get caught up in the busyness of life and forget to take a step back and reflect on what’s going on.
But taking time for daily reflection is an important habit, especially if you’re trying to stay sober.
Today, take a few minutes to journal about your thoughts and feelings and see how it can help you stay on track.
Daily Reflections December 4
A.A. is more than a set of principles; it is a society of alcoholics in action. We must carry the message, else we ourselves can wither and those who haven’t been given the truth may die.AS BILL SEES IT, p. 13
I wanted to live, but if I was going to succeed my path had only one duty: being active in our God-given program.
My first act after joining up with this group of people and opening their hall for them (a job which became quite enjoyable) were the coffee pots; then it’s off on an endless cleaning spree until we’re done! It felt satisfying when they mentioned Twelfth Step work because now instead of feeling all alone as someone newly sober from three months ago
The joy of seeing newcomers grow reminds me of where there has been so much change. And with these gifts readily offered by Alcoholics Anonymous… They aren’t just free—they are priceless!!
I am blessed that not only do I get to help others, but also enjoy the feeling of accomplishment.
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