Each Day a New Beginning <!--052223-->

Pretty Purple Flowers

The change of one simple behavior can affect other behaviors and thus change many things.Β  —Jean Baer— Our behavior tells others and ourselves, who we are. Frequently, we find ourselves behaving in ways that keep us stuck or embarrass us. Or we may feel deep shame for our behavior in a certain instance. Our behavior […]

My Thought for the Day <!--052223-->

πŸ’— Hello Precious Friend, How Strong and Resiliently Beautiful You Are this wonderful morning ❗ πŸ’ͺπŸ‘Έβ˜”Β  …We arise in the morning and can find ourselves in conflict with ourselves…🀩😡😑 …and this can tend to lead us into conflicts with others unintentionally and misdirected and feeling alienated…πŸ˜³πŸ€¬πŸ‘½ …or the exact opposite happens, we wake up refreshed […]

Promise of a New Day <!--052223-->

The ego is a self-justifying historian which seeks only that information that agrees with it, rewrites history when it needs to, and does not even see the evidence that threatens it. — Anthony G. Greenwald— One of the larger struggles facing us is relinquishing the need to be right always. Only when we’ve given up […]

Daily Reflections <!--052223-->

Butterfly On A Pink Flower

STEP ONE WE . . . (The first word of the First Step) TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, p. 21 When I was drinking all I could ever think about was “I, I, I,” or “Me, Me, Me.” Such painful obsessions of self, such soul sickness, such spiritual selfishness bound me to the bottle for […]

Thought for the Day <!--052223-->

Tightly Bunched Bouquet Of Fall Flowers

What impresses us most at an A.A. meeting is the willingness to share, without holding anything back. And pretty soon we find ourselves sharing also. We start telling our own experiences and by so doing we help the other person. And when we’ve got these things off our chest, we feel a lot better. It […]

Keep it Simple <!--052223-->

Showing up is 80 percent of life. —Woody Allen— Life is full of things we don’t want to do. Yet when all parts of us( mind, body, spirit) show up, things go okay. By being there, we can learn about ourselves and help others. Showing up means we care about our program. It means we […]