Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Knowledge can be helpful

todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

that I could get Mom out of the nursing home yesterday for a couple of hours

for making a HUGE decision - I am ready to attack all of the necessary procedures to sell her home

that I feel strong enough spiritually to take on another project, 3 days after writing that my plate is full

that I am sober enough to know When to Do the Next Right Thing; this comes under the definition of "we will intuitively know how to handle situations that used to baffle us"

for an interesting and informative chat with JP about AA crosstalk in meetings

for getting many things accomplished yesterday afternoon; a time when I normally nap and then begin to just wind-down for the day

that I am not the only human who is faced with living life as it happens, sober

that I have this forum in which to begin to formulate my ideas, and then get feedback

for the concept that I can use what I like and disregard what I can't use

for all you guys who read and sometimes respond

for Al Gore -- who made ALL this possible!!

No man was ever wise by chance.
-Seneca

7 comments:

sirreene said...

I'm one of those guys who reads and sometimes responds like today. Al Gore?

Rex said...

Sounds like life is good!

Tab said...

I am glad you have this blog to share too, it gives all of us encouragement .
Thanks for sharing
Tab

Alexis said...

your strength is inspiring! Keep up the good work!

Sam said...

Long list!

Al Gore - funny!

"that I feel strong enough spiritually to take on another project, 3 days after writing that my plate is full" Sounds like something I'd feel...

happy day!

Shannon said...

i appreciate you always sharing...

now forgive me, what did Al Gore do?

Mary Christine said...

Thank God for the man who invented the internet! Where would we all be without good old Al.

I am grateful that you write something every day.