Life can be difficult, especially when we are struggling with addiction. That is why it’s so important to check in with ourselves every day and reflect on all of the little details that make up our lives.
Don’t worry if it feels overwhelming – just taking a few moments each day to be mindful can help us take some time each day to stay grounded and foster resilience within our heart and soul.
Today’s daily reflection is about recognizing the importance of turning away from what triggers us the most, no matter how hard it may seem at times.
Daily Reflections February 25
In God’s economy, nothing is wasted. Through failure, we learn a lesson in humility which is probably needed, painful though it is.
AS BILL SEES IT, p. 31
With every past failure, I was uncovering a new layer of my life’s journey. Through painful experiences and the obedience which followed, came divine gifts from God – allowing me to grow towards gratefulness and ultimately peace in sobriety. Today marks how far I’ve come since then; through adversity comes strength!
Gratitude amongst sorrow is the beauty of life. When we pursue our highest potential we keep growing and reaching new horizons one day at a time. The beauty of failure is that it brings humility and graciousness into our lives while pushing us to succeed no matter the obstacles ahead.
On this special day, I am grateful for my sobriety and the ability to reflect on how far I have come and how blessed I am by all these experiences. May your reflections also inspire courage, optimism and hope today and always, until they become an ingrained part of our lives!
Let’s continue reflecting on February 25th each year with thankfulness in our hearts for what we have achieved. After all, life — not just sobriety — ultimately comes down to gratitude from where everything else will emerge: success, strength, hope, resilience and joy.