"Few people have been more victimized by resentments than have we alcoholics. It mattered little whether our resentments were justified or not. A burst of temper could spoil a day, and a well-nursed grudge could make us miserably ineffective. Nor were we ever skillful in separating justified from unjustified anger. As we saw it, our wrath was always justified. Anger, that occasional luxury of more balanced people, could keep us on an emotional jag indefinitely."
TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, page 90
todAAy i AAm grAAteful thAAt i hAAve not
had nor wanted to have an alcoholic drink in 2 years, 7 months, 27 days
had a major resentment since I made my amends according to Step 9 of Alcoholics Anonymous
lost my passion for staying sober and enjoying recovery
acted on some of my thoughts that I've had the past 2+ years
stopped practicing Steps 6 & 7 every night for the past 2+ years
Heroism consists in hanging on one minute longer.