Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Step Ten









todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

how the practice of Step 10 of Alcoholics Anonymous allows me to ...
... continue working my program throughout each day
... keep my side of the street clean
... monitor my behavior and actions
... prevent getting resentments
... prevent giving resentments
... stay aware of my character assets and defects

What can you add to this list?


We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are. - Anais Nin


10 comments:

Kim A. said...

Do Overs.


namaste

Garykfc said...

Service to others

Scott said...

practicing Step 10 helps me avoid having my feelings hurt, and hurting the feelings of those around me

Scott W said...

Monitor my behavior.

Carverlane said...

Oh goodie, more signs!!!

On Step Ten: I always thought practicing "eternal vigilance" meant watching out for hidden booze in stuff like fruitcake. I just recently learned it means taking daily inventory.

Kim from sAn Antonio

Mary Christine said...

Stay humbly aware of my shortcomings.

Lou said...

Allows me to thank God when I do the right thing.

Syd said...

Pause when agitated. I think about that many times a day.

Ed G. said...

...make amends promptly rather than wast energy building resentments and rationalizations.

Patty said...

Step 10 shows me where I have grown, and where I still need to grow I am not all good, and not all bad either.