Each Day a New Beginning <!--051423-->

Pretty Purple Flowers

Miracles are instantaneous, they cannot be summoned, but come of themselves, usually at unlikely moments and to those who least expect them.  —Katherine Anne Porter— Each of us has miraculously been summoned to the road to recovery. We no doubt felt hopeless many times. We no doubt pleaded, aimlessly and to no one in particular, […]

Keep it Simple <!--051423-->

Make yourself an honest [person], and then you may be sure that there is one rascal less in the world. —Thomas Carlyle— Honesty does not mean saying all we think or feel. Many of our thoughts and feelings are only with us for a minute. They are not always the truth. For example, saying to […]

Thought for the Day <!--051423-->

Tightly Bunched Bouquet Of Fall Flowers

Having gotten over drinking, we have only just begun to enjoy the benefits of A.A. We find new friends, so that we are no longer lonely. We find new relationships with our families, so that we are happy at home. We find release from our troubles and worries through a new way of looking at […]

My Thought for the Day <!--051423-->

🌈 Hello Sunshine❗…🌞🙋🏼‍♀️…What a Beautiful Program and Fellowship we have been given. It can help us appreciate the SUNSHINE We can shine through our ATTITUDES, our LOVE and our LIVES…💖☀📖…For we are here to SHINE when the sun isn’t…🤗🌥🤷‍♀️…So we can keep our boundaries, and not let People, Places,Things or Situations push those Buttons we […]

Promise of a New Day <!--051423-->

How much we guard against it, we tend to shape ourselves in the image others have of us. —Eric Hoffer— Our sense of how someone else perceives us is a compelling influence in our lives. At such times we’ve often chosen not to rely on our personal power, which can forge the posture we want […]

Daily Reflections <!--051423-->

Butterfly On A Pink Flower

IT’S OKAY TO BE ME Time after time newcomers have tried to keep to themselves certain facts about their lives. . . . they have turned to easier methods. . . . But they had not learned enough humility. . . . ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, pp. 72-73 Humility sounds so much like humiliation, but it really […]