Welcome to my blog post for November 24. Today I would like to talk about the importance of daily reflections. For alcoholics, reflection is key to our recovery.
Every day, we should take some time to honestly reflect on our shortcomings and successes, and ask ourselves what we can do better tomorrow.
This process helps us stay on track and keep moving forward in our recovery.
Daily Reflections November 24
Be quick to see where religious people are right. Make use of what they offer.ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 87
I do not claim to have all the answers in spiritual matters, any more than I am an expert on alcohol rehabilitation.
However, what is clear through my practice and research has been that faith is vital for overcoming addiction; without it, you will find yourself at home with nothing but regret while others walk away proudly holding their heads high after overcoming these problems too!
I am not religious, but the principles of AA and its Twelve Steps work for me. What if you don’t have a religion? You can still get benefits from the practices that are in your own culture or country’s traditions.
Find what works best for you, whether it is Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Judaism – there are many paths to sobriety! When we explore other cultures and religions we find support on our journey to stay sober.