“I’ve been sober for a year and two weeks now. I’m not perfect, but this is the longest I’ve ever gone without drinking.”
“I know that it’s up to me to keep my sobriety going. It’s hard, but with each day that goes by, I feel like myself again.”
“Sobriety has changed who I am. And it feels good.”
Daily Reflections March 6
Do not let any prejudice you may have against spiritual terms deter you from honestly asking yourself what they mean to you. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 47
The idea of faith is a very large chunk to swallow when fear, doubt and anger abound in and around me.
Sometimes just the thought of doing something different becomes an act if I do it regularly without debating whether or not its right thing at first try!
When bad days come along everything can seem overwhelming especially during these moments where all hope seems lost;
But then again going out into society as well- sometimes with another drunk friend by my side will distract from any self doubts I may have so that makes sense why we’re both still here alive after living through such horror stories together…
Conclusion paragraph: The idea of faith may seem like a very large, even impossible chunk to swallow when fear, anger and doubt abound.
However, the act of doing something different – whether it’s on an individual level or as part of your workplace culture – can eventually become an act of faith if you do it regularly without debating whether it’s right for you.
When things are going wrong in life, try talking with someone who is also struggling; this will often distract them just enough so they believe that everything isn’t quite as bad as they thought before.