Each Day a New Beginning <!--030223-->

Pretty Purple Flowers

Everyone has talent. What is rare is the courage to follow the talent to the dark place where it leads. —Erica Jong— There was a time when we didn’t believe we had any talents. We couldn’t imagine we had any purpose or any gift to give to the world. But it’s true: We all have […]

My Thought for the Day <!--030223-->

🌻Hello Beautiful, Courageous, Talented Loving Lady β—πŸ’ƒπŸŽ¨ Β  …What a wonderful morning we have arisen to…πŸŒ„πŸŒ… Seeking the peace from within, that our inner voice speaks to our hearts, the soothing POSITIVE Love it brings…πŸ‘Ό πŸ¦‹πŸ•Š… Even when we are confused and baffled, angry or depressed…πŸ™πŸ˜€πŸ˜­ … and that there is usually always another alcoholic […]

Keep it Simple <!--030223-->

Love conquers all; let us surrender to love.—Virgil— In Step Three, we turn our lives over to God’s care, God love. If we turn our lives over to a loving God, we can conquer all. If you need proof, look around at your next meeting. The room will be full of people who know that […]

Daily Reflections <!--030223-->

Butterfly On A Pink Flower

HOPE Do not be discouraged. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 60 Few experiences are of less value to me than fast sobriety. Too many times discouragement has been the bonus for unrealistic expectations, not to mention self-pity or fatigue from my wanting to change the world by the weekend. Discouragement is a warning signal that I may […]

Promise of a new Day <!--030223-->

One’s mind may be given readily and it may be given with zest. Not all control is oppression. Sometimes it is release.—Gilbert Ryle— Our most dangerous delusion is that we can control others. The hard-won truth is that we can control only ourselves and it may take us a lifetime to learn this. Self-control means […]

AA Thought for the Day <!--030223-->

Tightly Bunched Bouquet Of Fall Flowers

Over a period of drinking years, we’ve proved to ourselves and to everybody else that we can’t stop drinking by our own willpower. We have been proved helpless before the power of alcohol. So the only way we could stop drinking was by turning to a Power greater than ourselves. We call that Power God. […]