Of course fortune has its part in human affairs, but conduct is really much more important. —Jeanne Detourbey—
Behaving the way we honestly and sincerely believe God wants us to behave eliminates our confusion. When we contribute in a loving manner to the circumstances involving us, we carry God’s message; and that’s all that’s
expected of us in this life.
This recovery program has involved us in the affairs of many other people. We are needed to listen, to guide, to sponsor, to suggest. Each time we have an opportunity to make an impact on another person, it’s to our benefit,
and hers too, to let God direct our conduct.
Too often God’s message is missed due to our selfish concerns, but it’s never too late to begin listening for it. God
is forever at hand, awaiting our recognition. We can be mindful that the ease of our lives is directly proportional to
the recognition we offer.
Right conduct is never a mystery to us. We may not always choose to do it, but we never fail to know what should be done.
I will trust my conscience to be my guide every moment.