is the principle behind the fourth Step of Alcoholics Anonymous.
When I wrote my 4th step initially, it took some soul-searching to look back over the years and remember a few situations and people whom I had conveniently forgotten.
As I trudge the road of happy destiny, Courage is often required. Learning to live sober requires me to do things I have never done. With a little bit of courage, I get to experience a new life as a sober man.
todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful
for a newcomer to the 6:30am Eyes Wide Shut meeting yesterday
that I can make some painful admissions to my therapist; he gives me good advice but I often do not have the Courage to carry it out; actually, more often, I just forget LOL
to read Katia's new recovery blog, Seeking the Cranberry.
Drop by and pay her a visit when you have the opportunity.
that I have a personal trainer that keeps me on a workout program even when I am too tired, or don't have the intestinal fortitude to keep on goin'
that there's been a load of comprisin' on the road to my horizon
y'all have a great weekend, please
In pursuit of happiness, the difficulty lies in knowing when you have caught up.