"We are living on borrowed time. We are living today because of AA and the grace of God. And what there is left of our lives we owe to AA and to God. We should make the best use we can of our borrowed time and in some small measure pay back for that part of our lives which we wasted before we came into AA. Our lives from now on are not our own. We hold them in trust for God and AA. And we must do all we can to forward the great movement that has given us a new lease on life. Am I holding my life in trust for AA?"
Twenty-Four Hours a Day
todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thaAAnkful
that this way of life is becoming ingrained in me as the way to live
that when I woke up this morning, I was sober!
for the many ways that Pause When Agitated or Confused works in my life (it saved me a lot of money last night when I went furniture shopping)
for the insightful 7th Step meeting at noon yesterday
that we read Bill's Story this morning and to be reminded of his spiritual awakening
that Doing the Next Right Thing rarely includes breaking the law
that each day an alternative is provided for everything I want to do
for all the bloggers who supplied e-food at MC's e-party yesterday and that I didn't gain any e-weight
"It's no wonder your mother pushes your buttons.
She installed them."
Denial Is Not a River in Egypt