AA Thought for the Day
March 30, 2018
Though a situation had not been entirely our fault, we tried to disregard the other person
involved entirely. Where were we to blame? The inventory was ours, not the other man’s.
When we saw our faults we listed them. We placed them before us in black and white.
We admitted our wrongs honestly and were willing to set these matters straight.
- Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 67
Thought to Ponder
The first step in overcoming mistakes is to admit them.
A A = Accountable Actions.
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