Sometimes it seems like there are so many new things I've learned, that I can't remember it all. I can overwhelm myself trying to make sure there's nothing I am forgetting. Of course, I want to be perfect and that ain't gonna happen. LOL
That's just one reason I attend so many AA meetings. To be reminded of the things I need to do and the things I don't want to do. The literature is another wonderful way to be reminded. When in doubt, maybe I should pick up the Big Book, the 12/12 or something else on my shelf.
For today ...
We can try to stop making unreasonable demands upon those we love. We can show kindness where we had shown none. With those we dislike we can begin to practice justice and courtesy, perhaps going out of our way to understand and help them.
Whenever we fail any of these people, we can promptly admit it -- to ourselves always, and to them also, when the admission would be helpful. Courtesy, kindness, justice, and love are the keynotes by which we may come into harmony with practically anybody. When in doubt we can always pause, saying, "Not my will, but Thine, be done." And we can often ask ourselves, "Am I doing to others as I would have them do to me -- today?"
TWEVLE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS - page 93