Tuesday, September 22, 2009

my part



todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

that the spiritual life is not a theory

that I was asked at the last moment to chair yesterday's 12:15pm AA meeting. It's a step -oriented meeting and we focused on Step 4.

that in practicing Step 4 often and many times without my conscious participation, I have learned to let go of most resentments becuase I now recognize the part I play in my life

that it's the 1st day of Autumn

for a note from our blogging friend, Trudge (Outright Mental Defective) ... "Dave can you tell everyone that I am sorry but I cannot access my blogger or my gmail accounts. Hope to be back with you all soon."

that our President is a black man and freely admits to being one for many years


You are not stuck where you are unless you decide to be.
- Dr. Wayne Dyer


12 comments:

Steve E. said...

I'm glad our president isn't a "closet black".

Steve E. said...

I;m stuck. I'm stuck. I;m stuck. I'm-

Scott said...

I love Step 4, and the perspective it provides... I am not as bad as I thought I was, I am not as good as I thought I was. I can accept myself.

Jess Mistress of Mischief said...

Good list!

Tall Kay said...

The part I play in my life...I like that visual picture. Have a great day!

Scott W said...

So, that car is covered in fiberglass, right?

Carol said...

I picked up a Wayne Dyer book at the library and was pleasantly surprised at it. Someone at my CoDA group swears by Louise Hay (one of his publishers) affirmation tapes.

Syd said...

He was good on Letterman. I liked the heart shaped potato thing. His wit is great.

~ Tabitha ~ said...

I always enjoy your short and simple posts,Dave : )

Here is the link to my new official blog..visit anytime..xoxo

http://tabithamontgomery.blogspot.com/

Boston said...

i am so glad that the spiritual life is not a theory!

Zanejabbers said...

Yes, at 4:18 PM - the official start of Autumn. I heard a weather woman today who stated that the rain this evening will be wetter than the rain this morning. What?
I like theories, but love realities.

Steve E. said...

I like rain--the wetter, the better