My Thought for the Day <!--110521-->

πŸ’ Good morning to you, You Beautiful, Strong, Courageous Woman of this wonderful world ❗ πŸ’ͺπŸ’ƒπŸŒ… We come to learn that to be healthy and strengthened in our program, through ourselves and our Higher Power…πŸ“–πŸ™‹βœ¨ … We cannot depend on people, places,things or situations to make happy …πŸ˜€πŸ˜„πŸ˜” … For when We have allotted ourselves […]

Each day a new Beginning <!--110521-->

Pretty Purple Flowers

Perhaps this very instant is your time . . . β€”Louise Bogan— The only lessons that matter for our lives at this time will come to us today. Just as what we needed and were ready for yesterday came yesterday, tomorrow ensures more of the same. Concerning ourselves with any other moment but the present […]

Keep it Simple <!--110521-->

Acceptance and faith are capable of producing 100% sobriety. —Grapevine— Acceptance and faith are the most important parts of our recovery. If we boil down Steps One And Two, we’ll find acceptance and faith. Acceptance means we see the world as it is, not as we want it to be. We start to see ourselves […]

AA Thought for the Day <!--110521-->

Tightly Bunched Bouquet Of Fall Flowers

During our thoughts about the rewards that have come to us as a result of our new way of living, we find that we have new kinds of homes, new relationships with our spouses and with our children. Also, peace, contentment, hope, faith, charity, and new ambition. What are some of the things we have […]

Daily Reflections <!--110521-->

Butterfly On A Pink Flower

“THE QUALITY OF FAITH” This. . . has to do with the quality of faith. . . . In no deep or meaningful sense had we ever taken stock of ourselves. . . . We had not even prayed rightly. We had always said, “Grant me my wishes” instead of “Thy will be done.” TWELVE […]

Promise of a new Day <!--110521-->

We have a tradition in my family: we wash our own laundry, we raise our own children, and we clean up our own dirt. —Alice Silverman— One life is all we have, and it’s enough. One life contains plenty of joy, sorrow, exaltation, despair, astonishment, and cruelty. Why then do we borrow trouble? Every time […]