Daily Reflections: A Book of Reflections by A.A. Members for A.A. Members
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I thought if I could look down on these events from God’s point of view, I might better control my feelings and behavior.
Before we start speaking the language of letting go, we need to understand what a powerful behavior letting go and letting God really is.Instead of dreading the ending of a time, the departure of a loved one, we must try to appreciate what we have gained already and know that life is fuller for it. I need to remember the hopelessness I felt before I found sobriety, and how I was willing to go to any lengths for it. I thank my Higher Power for this world of light and truth I see when I allow it to direct my vision.
By completing your purchase, you agree to Audible's Conditions of Use and authorise Audible to charge your designated card or any other card on file. You may be introduced to this tool during inpatient rehab where you have a consistent, recovery-focused daily schedule. To watch people recover, to see them help others, to watch loneliness vanish, to see a fellowship grow up about you. It was as if I had, rather than a Midas touch which turned everything to gold, a magnifying mind that magnified whatever it focused on.These quotes come directly from the Daily Reflections book, which also means it is coming for people who are going through the same journey as you. The daily passage pulls a topic from the Big Book and condenses it into one simple and understandable reading.
A worthy charity wants to raise money; forthwith, its letterhead shows the name of every distinguished person who support can be obtained.In time, as the founders promised, it came to me: I have always had the choice between goodness and evil, between unselfishness and selfishness, between serenity and fear. Only Step One, where we made the 100 percent admission we were powerless over alcohol, can be practiced with absolute perfection. Performing daily reflections can allow you to reflect on a specific aspect of your journey, as well as allow you to see and remember that you are part of a larger community of people who also made that difficult first step. Whether using the day’s reading as a source for their morning meditation, discussing it with a sponsor or sharing it with their home group, many in Alcoholics Anonymous consider Daily Reflections to be a critical tool in their “spiritual toolkit. We cannot subscribe to the belief that this life is vale of tears, though it once was just that for many f us.