My Thought for the Day <!--011021-->

Good Morning Bright Eyes!…👀👸💝… What does Our Honesty look like today❓…🌞😩👼🤬🤦Does it look like the Laughter in a child’s eyes?, or a Smile on an Elderly’s wrinkled face?, Or maybe admitting to Ourselves or another, “I do not have the answers to these questions, ” or “I don’t know,” and Accepting that we cannot fix […]

Each Day a New Beginning <!--011021-->

Pretty Purple Flowers

A complete revaluation takes place in your physical and mental being when you’ve laughed and had some fun.  —Catherine Ponder— Norman Cousins, in his book Anatomy of an Illness, describes how he cured his fatal illness with laughter. Laughter recharges our entire being; every cell is activated. We come alive, and full vitality restores us […]

AA Thought for the Day <!--011021-->

Tightly Bunched Bouquet Of Fall Flowers

When we were drinking most of us were full of pride and selfishness. We believed we could handle our own affairs, even though we were making a mess of our lives. We were very stubborn and didn’t like to take advice. We resented being told what to do. To us, humility looked like weakness. But […]

Keep it Simple <!--011021-->

I’m always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught. —Winston Churchill—  We addicts are used to learning the hard way. Many of us think we’re different and can do things our own way. But then we get in too much trouble or pain. The first AA members were just like us. […]

Promise of a new Day <!--011021-->

A private railroad car is not an acquired taste. One takes to it immediately. —Eleanor R. Belmont— The hunger for solitude visits each of us at various points in our development as whole, healthy human beings. It’s in our solitude that we come to know ourselves, to appreciate the many nuances that distinguish us from […]

Daily Reflections <!--011021-->

Butterfly On A Pink Flower

UNITED WE STAND We learned that we had to fully concede to our innermost selves that we were alcoholics.  This is the first step in recovery.  The delusion that we are like other people, or presently may be, has to be smashed. Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 30 I came to Alcoholics Anonymous because I was no […]