The hardest part of being an alcoholic is getting through the day.
The cravings and temptations can be overwhelming, but we all have to keep going forward. Maybe this blog post will help you survive another day.
Today’s daily reflection:
Daily Reflections July 30
. . . he has struck something better than gold. . . .He may not see at once that he has barely scratched a limitless lode which will pay dividends only if he mines it for the rest of his life and insists on giving away the entire product.ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 129
A.A.’s Seventh Tradition is not only about giving money, but also belonging to a group that accepts me for myself and helps me realize my responsibility by teaching the principles of working out problems in life through involvement with A.A’s “business”.
Being self-supporting allows you to both give back what your organization has given you as well as buy insurance against its disappearance so that it will be there for future generations.
I hope that you have learned from this blog post as much as I have. If you are someone who has experienced the pain of addiction, please know there is a way out and help is available.
As an A.A., it’s my responsibility to pass on what was given to me by those before me in order for others not to experience the same fate.
This isn’t just about money – It’s more than that!
You can make your own choices when you’re part of something larger than yourself which includes all walks of life and people like yourself with sobriety desires at heart; we welcome anyone open minded enough to start their journey towards recovery today!