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  • Have a wonderful day 🙂

    Twenty-Four Hours A Day

    A.A. Thought For The Day

    “Outline the program of action to new prospects, explaining how you
    made a self appraisal, how you straightened out your past, and
    why you are now endeavoring to help them. It is important for
    them to realize that your attempt to pass this on to them plays a
    vital part in your recovery. The more hopeless they feel, the better.
    They will be more likely to follow your suggestions. Tell them about
    the fellowship of A.A. and if they show interest, lend them a copy of
    the Big Book.” Can I tell the A.A. story to another alcoholic?

    Meditation For The Day

    You should try to stand aside and let God work through you. You
    should try not to block Him off by your own efforts, or prevent
    His spirit working through you. God desires your obedient service
    and your loyalty to the ideals of the new life you are seeking. If
    you are loyal to God, He will give you protection against
    mistakes. His spirit will plan for you and secure for you a
    sufficiency of all spiritual help. You will have true victory and real
    success, if you will put yourself in the background and let God work
    through you.

    Prayer For The Day

    I pray that I may not interfere with the working of God’s spirit in me
    and through me. I pray that I may give it full rein.

  • Suzy :) Just for today

    NA Just For Today

    Higher Powered

    “Daily practice of our Twelve Step program enables us to change from what we were to people guided by a Higher Power”
    Basic Text p.83

    Who have we been, and who have we become? There are a couple of ways to answer this question. One is very simple:

    We came to Narcotics Anonymous as addicts, our addiction killing us. In NA, we’ve been freed from our obsession with drugs and our compulsion to use. And our lives have changed.

    But that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Who have we really been? In the past, we were people without power or direction. We felt like we had no purpose, no reason for living. Our lives didn’t make any more sense to us than they did to our families, our friends, or our neighbors.

    Who are we really becoming? Today, we are not merely clean addicts, but people with a sense of direction, a purpose, and a Power greater than ourselves. Through daily practice of the Twelve Steps, we’ve begun to understand how our addiction warped our feelings, motivations, and behavior. Gradually, the destructive force of our disease has been replaced by the life-giving force of our Higher Power.

    Recovery means more than cleaning up-it means powering up. We have done more than shed some bad habits; we are becoming new people, guided by a Higher Power.

    Just for today: The guidance I need to become a new person is ready at hand. Today, I will draw further away from my old and closer to my Higher Power.
    pg. 256

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