Daily Reflections May 31

If you’re an alcoholic, then you know that it’s vitally important to attend Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings as part of your recovery plan.

But what you may not know is that there are other tools and resources available to help you stay sober, including the AA “Daily Reflections” book.

In today’s blog post, we’ll take a closer look at this helpful resource and discuss some of the benefits it can offer alcoholics.

Daily Reflections May 31

. . . our Society has concluded that it has but one high mission – to carry the A.A. message to those who don’t know there’s a way out.TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, p. 151

The “Light” to freedom shines bright on my fellow alcoholics as each one of us challenges the other to grow.

With small beginnings comes new hope, and honesty becomes a tool for self-improvement in order to unfurl any chains that bind you!

A sponsor who is a caring listener can help guide our journey towards being free by listening without judgment or preconceived notions–just an open ear willing to hear what’s going inside someone else’s life so they may be helped on this path where God has placed them because He loves us all equally (1 John 4:19).

Recovery is possible. If you are struggling with addiction, know that there is hope for your future. You can find support and guidance through programs like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA).

The AA’s 12-step program has helped millions of people reclaim their lives from the grips of alcoholism.

This fellowship seeks to restore alcoholics to sanity by following a spiritual path which offers peace in sobriety – one day at a time! Learn more about how this organization began here.