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Tightly Bunched Bouquet Of Fall Flowers

It’s very important to keep in a grateful frame of mind, if we want to stay sober. We should be grateful that we’re living in a day and age when alcoholics aren’t treated as they often used to be treated before Alcoholics Anonymous was started. In the old days, every town had its town drunk […]

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Butterfly On A Pink Flower

RESPECT FOR OTHERS Such parts of our story we tell to someone who will understand, yet be unaffected. The rule is we must be hard on our self, but always considerate of others. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 74 Respect for others is the lesson that I take out of this passage. I must go to any […]

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There is no cardinal who does not aspire to the papacy. —Stendahl— When we think of it, there is something truly remarkable in fact that practically all human beings want to be better than they are. what a hopeful reading of the human race—four billion people, all eager to improve themselves! For many of the […]

Each Day A New Beginning <!--050723-->

Pretty Purple Flowers

We tend to think of the rational as a higher order, but it is the emotional that marks our lives. One often learns more from ten days of agony than from ten years of contentment.  —Merle Shain— Pain stretches us. It pushes us toward others. It encourages us to pray. It invites us to rely […]

Keep It Simple <!--050723-->

So live that you wouldn’t be ashamed to sell the family parrot to the town gossip.—Will Rogers— Secrets help keep us sick. In our drinking and using days, we did things we weren’t proud of. We lived in a secret world we were ashamed of. This part of the power of addiction. Our behavior and […]

My Thought for the Day <!--050723-->

🌈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, […]