A fresh new year is a time for resolutions and promises to oneself of change. Often, these resolutions center around health and wellness goals. For alcoholics, this can be a time of temptation and relapse danger.
However, creating and following through with daily reflections can help keep you on track throughout the year.
Today, we’ll discuss what daily reflections are and how they can benefit those in recovery from alcoholism. Stay strong and best of luck in your journey!
Daily Reflections January 7
Half measures availed us nothing. We stood at the turning point. We asked His protection and care with complete abandon.ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 59
Every day I stand at turning points and am forced to make a choice.
My thoughts, actions, or lack thereof can propel me toward growth or turn into old habits-like drinking oneself silly after work.
These moments don’t just happen once in awhile; they’re an every day occurrence for many people as well because we all have opportunities that tempt us daily with shortcomings attempting destroy our lives if not taken care of quickly enough!
I hope you’ll be encouraged by these words and take the time to think about how often your thoughts can make a difference in both your life and someone else’s.
When we choose to act with love, humility, gratitude, courage or any of the other virtues that are so essential for growth instead of fear or anger, our world is transformed one person at a time.
Which virtues have you chosen today?