Thursday, September 01, 2011


todAAy i AAm grAAteful & thAAnkful

for the concept of spirituality.  I went to a meeting yesterday where we discussed what we feel it means.  Very interesting. 
For this alcoholic, my spirituality is incompatible with drinking.  For me to remain sober, I am sure that I must have a Higher Power, whatever I wish to call it/him/her.  Having said that, secondly, I must do my very best to adhere to some spiritual principles.  ie: honesty (on all levels), faith in my HP, willingness, integrity, discipline, compassion for others and most certainly, service to others.

So, today, I put the question to you.  Leave a reply or comment if you can.

What is spirituality to you?

If I try to be like him, who will be like me?
- Yiddish proverb


Syd said...

Spirituality for me has a lot of facets: learning more about myself through the help of my Higher Power, a deeper appreciation of all things and people around me, expanding conscious compassion, and trusting a power greater than myself. Good question.

Mary Christine said...

For me, it is living in conformity with God's will.

Anonymous said...

Relatedness. All that messy awful wonderful stuff to do with love.