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Daily readings

Ok here we go, started this blog off and at the moment will post a daily 12 step fellowship reading and as you can see this morning it’s the AA Twenty Four Hours A Day.
Please feel free to comment or post any other inspirational daily quote or other daily reading in the comment section. Each day will be a new reading from one of the fellowships.

Twenty-Four Hours A Day

A.A. Thought For The Day

“Who are you to say there is no God? This challenge comes to all
of us. Are we capable of denying that there is a design and
purpose in all of life as we know it? Or are we willing to admit that
faith in some kind of Divine Principle is a part of our makeup, just
as much as the feeling we have for a friend? We find a great Reality
deep down within us, if we face ourselves as we really are. In the
last analysis, it is only there that God may be found. When we find
this Reality within us, we are restored to our right minds.” Have I
found the great reality?

Meditation For The Day

“Behold, I make all things new.” When you change to a new way of
life, you leave many things behind you. It is only the earth-bound
spirit that cannot soar. Loosen somewhat the strands that tie you to
the earth. It is only the earthly desires that bind you. Your new
freedom will depend on your ability to rise above earthly things.
Clipped wings can grow again. Broken wings can regain a strength
and beauty unknown before. If you will, you can be released and
free.

Prayer For The Day

I pray that I may be freed from things that hold me down. I pray that
my spirit may soar in freedom.







Comment

  • Suzy :) Just for today

    Hi 🙂 without my friends I have no chance, here’s today’s Just For Today reading …. NA rocks 🙂

    August 21 Friendships

    “Our friendships become deep, and we experience the warmth and caring which results from addicts sharing recovery and a new life.”

    IP No. 19, Self-Acceptance

    Most of us come to Narcotics Anonymous with few genuine friends. And most of us arrive without the slightest understanding of what it takes to build lasting friendships. Over time, though, we learn that friendships require work. At one time or another, all friendships are challenging. Like any relationship, friendship is a learning process.

    Our friends love us enough to tell us the truth about ourselves. The old saying, “The truth will set you free, but first it will make you furious,” seems especially true in friendship. This can make friendships awkward. We may find ourselves avoiding certain meetings rather than facing our friends. We have found, though, that friends speak out of concern for us. They want the best for us. Our friends accept us despite our shortcomings. They understand that we are still a work in progress.

    Friends are there for us when we’re not there for ourselves. Friends help us gain valuable perspective on the events in our lives and our recovery. It is important that we actively cultivate friendships, for we have learned that we cannot recover alone.

    Just for today: I will be grateful for the friends I have. I will take an active part in my friendships.

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