Daily Reflections May 24

It’s easy to get lost in the daily grind and forget about the things that are truly important in life.

But taking a moment each day to reflect on our goals and priorities can help us stay on track.

Today, let’s take a look at some of the benefits of daily reflections.

Daily Reflections May 24

We are sure God wants us to be happy, joyous, and free. We cannot subscribe to the belief that this life is a vale of tears, though it once was just that for many of us. But it is clear that we made our own misery. God didn’t do it. Avoid then, the deliberate manufacture of misery, but if trouble comes, cheerfully capitalize it as an opportunity to demonstrate His omnipotence.


I was a miserable person for years, blaming God and hating His holy name.

It wasn’t until recently that I finally realized how wrong my beliefs were; when it comes down to “tools” or self-pitying thoughts of old memories . . . the results are nil!

I can no longer stand living in pain so now every day is spent loving Him even more than before because He gives us everything we need–even if they’re tough lessons at times.”

The A.A. program is a gift to help us with our addiction that we can’t seem to shake on our own. If you’re struggling, there are gifts out there for you too!

Let’s get together and talk about how the A.A. program has helped me overcome my struggles with sobriety in the past year . . .

I don’t want anyone else who suffers from alcoholism or addiction of any kind to be lost in their misery when they could find freedom through this amazing gift called Alcoholics Anonymous.”