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Tightly Bunched Bouquet Of Fall Flowers

In A.A. we often hear the slogan “Easy Does It.” Alcoholics always do everything to excess. They drink too much. They worry too much. They have too many resentments. They hurt themselves physically and mentally by too much of everything. So when they come into A.A., they have to learn to take it easy. None […]

My Thought for the Day <!--050223-->

🌺 Good Morning Remarkable Lady❗ —What a Fantastic Day we have Waken to Sister…🌞.🐦.πŸ’ƒ…This is a day to ask our Higher Power to help us not Be trapped by SELF in our hearts and minds❗…πŸ™ƒ,🧠,πŸ’–…Let us Share ourselves with someone else, Spend some time working on our Program or helping a friend. Let me just […]

Keep It Simple <!--050223-->

Happiness is not a goal; it is a by-product. ––Eleanor Roosevelt— Most of us want to be happy. We just don’t know how. We aren’t sure what happiness is. We’ve learned the hard way that some things we wanted didn’t make us happy. We’re learning that happiness comes when we live the way our Higher […]

Promise of a New Day <!--050223-->

Resolve to be thyself and know that he who finds himself loses his misery. —Matthew Arnold— How confusing the issues in our lives can be when we try to accommodate all the views of the persons in our midst, persons who share few opinions in common. Agreeing with first one and then another is dizzying, […]

Each Day a New Beginnings <!--050223-->

Pretty Purple Flowers

One must be leery of words because they turn into cages. —Viola Spolin— We Defeat ourselves with labels. We hem ourselves in; we shorten our vision; we cut off opportunities in the making. We influence how others think of us, too. Someone wise said that we teach others how to teach us. Are we teaching […]

Daily Reflections <!--050223-->

Butterfly On A Pink Flower

LIGHTING THE DARK PAST Cling to the thought that, in God’s hands, the dark past is the greatest possession you have – the key to life and happiness for others. With it you can avert death and misery for them. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p 124 No longer is my past an autobiography; it is a reference […]