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Sought through pray and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God as we understood Him. . . —First half of Step Eleven— Through Step Eleven, we develop a lasting, loving relationship with our Higher Power. Conscious contact means knowing and sensing God in our lives throughout the day. God is not just an idea. […]

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Pretty Purple Flowers

For to be a woman is to have interests and duties, raying out in all directions from the central mother-core, like spokes from the hub of a wheel.Β  —Anne Morrow Lindbergh— It is sometimes easy to get overwhelmed by our duties, forgetting that our interests fit the scheme of our lives. They are inspired by […]

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πŸ’–Hello to You my Resilient and Strong Loving FRIEND❗❗❗…πŸ™‹πŸŒ΄πŸ‘©β€β€οΈβ€πŸ‘©…What a Remarkable morning to Be ALIVE ❗❗❗…πŸ€—πŸ’—πŸ’ƒ…Sometimes, ” We can be so afraid to LIVE❗”…😱🀨⚰…We are standing at a staircase that has only 12 STEPS. We are asked to take these steps to BETTER our lives, and learning to live a life that will ROCKET us […]

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Tightly Bunched Bouquet Of Fall Flowers

I have hope. That magic thing that I had lost or misplaced. The future looks dark no more. I do not even look at it, except when necessary to make plans. I try to let the future take care of itself. The future will be made up of today’s and today’s, stretching out as short […]

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Butterfly On A Pink Flower

I CANNOT CHANGE THE WIND It is easy to let up on the spiritual program of action and rest on our laurels. We are headed for trouble if we do, for alcohol is a subtle foe. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 85 My first sponsor told me there were two things to say about prayer and meditation: […]

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Order is a loving thing; On disarray it lays it’s wing, Teaching simplicity to sing. —Anna Hempstead Branch— Things and events have their own order. It’s human to want to impose order from the outside—our order; but often, our attempt to put things in order resembles the old man who tried to push the river. […]