Keep it Simple <!--060121-->

We’re entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character. —-Step Six— Character defects include being stubborn, feeling self-pity, and wanting to always be in control. We must be ready to give up these defects, or they will hurt us. Being ready is our part of Step Six. Our Higher Power will remove […]

Daily Reflections <!--060121-->

Butterfly On A Pink Flower

A CHANGED OUTLOOK Our whole attitude and outlook upon life will change. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 84 When I was drinking, my attitude was totally selfish, totally self-centered; my pleasure and my comfort came first. Now that I am sober, self-seeking has started to slip away. My whole attitude toward life and other people is changing. […]

My Thought for the Day <!--060121-->

🌈Good Morning Beautiful Sister !!! 👭🌹… How often are we making excuses for our actions…🤔❓🎬 … The more excuses we give, “I did this because,” “I am late because,” “Dinners burned because,”  the more Inadequate we can begin to feel…😫😠😩 …the more sorry’s we say, or the more “white lies”we seem to get comfortable telling, […]

Promise of a New Day<!--060121-->

The tail of the kite, it is true, seems to negate the kite’s function: it weights down something made to rise… —Cleanth Brooks— Without its tail, the kite would fly off in the lightest breeze. The tail serves as a rudder, to steady the kite and allow it to be directed. Every force needs a […]

A.A. Thought for the Day <!--060121-->

Tightly Bunched Bouquet Of Fall Flowers

Some things I do not miss since becoming dry: that overall awful feeling physically, including the shakes, a splitting headache, pains in my arms and legs, bleary eyes, fluttering stomach, droopy shoulders, weak knees, a three-day beard, and a flushed complexion. Also, facing my loved one at breakfast. Also, composing the alibi and sticking to […]

Each Day a New Beginning <!--060121-->

Pretty Purple Flowers

One cannot collect all the beautiful shells on the beach; one can collect only a few, and they are more beautiful if they are few.  —Anne Morrow Lindbergh— Being selective in choosing activities, in choosing friends, in choosing material possessions fosters unexpected appreciation. Too much of any one thing negates whatever specialness might have been […]