Hi everyone! I hope you’re all having a great day. Today, I’m going to be talking about something that’s been on my mind a lot lately.
Alcoholism is a tough topic to talk about, but it’s something that we all need to be aware of. I hope this blog post can help raise awareness and start some important conversations.
Daily Reflections March 27
We trust that we already know what our several freedoms truly are; that no future generation of AAs will ever feel compelled to limit them. Our AA freedoms create the soil in which genuine love can grow. . THE LANGUAGE OF THE HEART, p. 303
Freedom is a very important thing. It’s not just the physical type, either- it can be found in different forms of freedom like spiritual or emotional release as well!
When you’re free from addiction there are no limitations and this allows people to recapture their dignity that had been crushed by such burdens before alcohol took over completely.
Freedom is a powerful thing. As the founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, Bill Wilson said “Freedom from alcohol can be ours if we are willing to accept it.”
The A.A. program rests on four principles that form its foundation – honesty, tolerance, kindness and love. These principles guide members in staying sober through their own free will with no mandates or commandments given by society or anyone else except themselves.
It’s this freedom which allows people struggling with addiction to regain dignity lost because of drink abuse and come into full sobriety without shame for who they are as an individual again despite past mistakes made while drinking alcohol excessively at one point in life.