"We finally came to the bottom. We did not have to be financially broke, although many of us were. But we were spiritually bankrupt. We had a soul-sickness, a revulsion against ourselves and against our way of living. Life had become imposssible for us. We had to end it all or do something about it."
Twenty-Four Hours a Day, June 9
todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful
for Bill W. and Dr. Bob
for a day off from stress-producing responsibilities
for awareness of things I never knew existed before I stopped drinking and got into recovery; things both in myself and in the outside world
that I am no longer spiritually empty; having instead a growing and evolving sense of a Higher Power and its importance in my life and of those lives around me
that today is JJ's 2-year sobriety birthday
THE MORE THAT IS REVEALED, THE MORE THAT IS REQUIRED OF US.
Denial is Not a River in Egypt