It can be tough to stay sober during the holiday season. With all of the temptations and celebrations, it’s easy to forget why you’re working so hard to stay sober in the first place.
That’s why it’s important to take a moment each day to reflect on your progress and recommit yourself to your sobriety.
Today, let’s take a look at some of the ways that you can stay sober during the holiday season.
Daily Reflections October 24
On anvils of experience, the structure of our Society was hammered out. . . . Thus has it been with A.A. By faith and by works we have been able to build upon the lessons of an incredible experience. They live today in the Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous, which — God willing — shall sustain us in unity for so long as He may need us.TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, p. 131
God has given me the right to be wrong in order for our Fellowship’s existence.
If I place God’s will first, then A.A., as it exists today is likely going stay that way too!
Conclusion paragraph: I believe that if we continue to place the will of God first in our lives, it is very likely that A.A., as I know it today, will remain as it is and be able to help those who need us most–even when they don’t ask for our help or want us at all.
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