"You want me to do what!?"
todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful
that I am aware that my mind is a dangerous place
that since getting sober 3 years and 5 months ago, I am not angry
a great meeting on being judgemental. It made me think of my lack of love and tolerance, both for myself and for others. After all, those are supposed to be my new code!
~~ (opinion) I also think that humans are naturally judgemental. From the earliest years, many of us are taught to be competitive (grades in school, athletics, etc) which is a nice word for judgemental. Religions seem to be extremely judging of everyone. Many people judge their friends and foes by their views on politics and even by the clothes they wear. The list goes on and on. ~~ (opinion over)
that Motorcycle Mike will be in Houston this week and with some luck, we can meet up
that I have not yet met all the friends I will meet during my lifetime
for some very nice words after I told my AA story Saturday night. Because of my low self-esteem, I thought people were just trying to make me feel better. I find it very difficult to accept compliments gracefully (with aplomb). My home-group supplied a feast of Bar-B-Que and all the fixins.
Don’t let the fear of striking out hold you back.