In Alcoholics Anonymous, we often say that “one day at a time” is the key to sobriety. On any given day, all we can do is focus on the present and not worry about the future.
Today is February 20, and I’m reflecting on how I want to live my life one day at a time. Sobriety is my number one priority, and I’m going to do my best to stay focused on it.
I also want to be kinder to myself and not put so much pressure on myself to be perfect. Every day is a new opportunity for growth, and I’m excited to see what the future holds.
Daily Reflections February 20
At this juncture, his A.A. sponsor usually laughs.TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, p. 26
When I was an alcoholic, laughter seemed like one of the most painful sounds in my life.
Before recovery began and because it felt like others were laughing at me all time– even when they weren’t –I never smiled or laughed out loud myself!
In fact, by late afternoon drinks would make me hungover with guilt over having touched alcohol again only minutes before.
Laughter is a powerful and healing force that we should not take for granted.
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