It’s easy to get lost in the monotony of life, especially when you’re struggling with addiction. Every day can feel like a never-ending cycle of pain and suffering.
That’s why it’s so important to find ways to break out of that cycle and connect with yourself on a deeper level.
Today, take some time to reflect on your day-to-day experiences and see if you can find any lessons or insights. Keep an open mind and be receptive to whatever comes up.
It might be tough, but it’s definitely worth it.
Daily Reflections July 19
Many of us who had thought ourselves religious awoke to the limitations of this attitude. Refusing to place God first, we had deprived ourselves of His help.TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, p. 75
Many people think they are superior to others in some way, but the A.A., with its emphasis on humility and service over self- Prideful behavior, can help you see your true nature more clearly;
After all, we’re only human beings doing our best given what circumstances surround us!
This blog post has been quite a walk down memory lane as I recall all the experiences and knowledge that have come to me through my years of recovery.
A life without false ideals is possible for those who seek hope in their Higher Power – asking God, not just themselves or others – and learn from trusted friends how to live it day by day.
For many people, this leads them into the A.A. Fellowship with its fellowship meetings and 12-step program where they can experience helping hands on every side; so much help that one might say there are no limits to what may be accomplished if we but believe!
And yet our story does not end here -there’s more than enough room at the table for you too