Each Day a New Beginning <!--051323-->

Pretty Purple Flowers

Your sense of what will bring happiness is so crude and blundering. Try something else as a compass. Maybe the moralists are right and happiness doesn’t come from seeking pleasure and ease.Β  —Joanna Field— We think we know what will make us happy. Seldom do we readily accept that painful moments are often the price […]

Promise of a New Day <!--051323-->

To keep your character intact you cannot stoop to filthy acts. It makes it easier to stoop next time. —Kathrine Hepburn— Good habits are easily formed as bad ones. It’s quite likely that most of our daily activities are routine. With little need for forethought, we make our necessary motions every day. And if we […]

Keep it Simple <!--051323-->

Hating people is like burning down your own house to get rid of a rat. —Harry Emerson Fosdick— Hate is like an illness. It steals our hope, our love, our relationships. Hate puts distance between people. Hate can give us a false sense of power. Do I use hate to make myself feel important? Our […]

My Thought for the Day <!--051323-->

πŸ’Hello to YOU❗…πŸ˜πŸ™‹…You are such a Remarkable, Strong, Resemblance of your inner-Spirit…πŸ˜‡πŸ¦‹πŸ’–…Some women spend a lifetime and never even realize this wonderful FACT…πŸ€”βœ¨…WE however, have been given a beautiful opportunity, a calling if you will…πŸ—£πŸŽπŸ™‡β€β™€οΈ…Where we can hear our Spirit guiding us to a BETTER way of doing things. A remarkable way of living that […]

Thought for the Day <!--051323-->

Tightly Bunched Bouquet Of Fall Flowers

In A.A. we find fellowship and release and strength. And having found these things, the real reasons for our drinking are taken away. Then drinking has no more justification in our minds. We no longer need to fight against drink. Drink just naturally leaves us. At first, we are sorry that we can’t drink, but […]

Daily Reflections <!--051323-->

Butterfly On A Pink Flower

THE EASIER, SOFTER WAY If we skip this vital step, we may not overcome drinking. Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 72 I certainly didn’t leap at the opportunity to face who I was, especially when the pains of my drinking days hung over me like a dark cloud. But I soon heard at the meetings about the […]