Daily Reflections November 8

It’s easy to get caught up in the chaos of life. Between work, family, and social obligations, it seems like there’s never enough time to just sit back and relax. But taking a moment to reflect each day can help you stay grounded and focused on what’s important.

Today, take a few minutes to reflect on your alcohol use. What did you drink today? How do you feel about your drinking? Are you where you want to be with your drinking?

Journaling about your reflections can help you stay accountable and motivated to make any changes necessary for healthier drinking habits.

Daily Reflections November 8

Meditation is something which can always be further developed. It has no boundaries, either of width or height. Aided by such instruction and example as we can find, it is essentially an individual adventure, something which each one of us works out in his own way. TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, p. 101

God has been a part of my life for as long I can remember. It’s only natural that with each passing day, his presence becomes more evident and overwhelming than ever before- until finally there is nothing else left but Him!

This week was especially meaningful because during meditation on Sunday morning while looking up at the sky he revealed himself to be not just some vague force or energy but rather something tangible: light penetrating through the darkness like an echo telling us “I am here.”

I am grateful to have God in my life. With Him, I find balance and peace of mind that enables me to see the good in all things and people and events.

When we understand our true selves as children of a loving Father who created us with His divine love for humanity, we can live fulfilling lives knowing that He is always there guiding us every step along the way.