AA Thought for the Day
May 26, 2018
All of us saw, for example, that we lacked honesty and tolerance, that we were beset at times
by attacks of self-pity or delusions of personal grandeur. But while this was a humiliating
experience, it didn't necessarily mean that we had yet acquired much actual humility.
Though now recognized, our defects were still there. Something had to be done about them.
- 12 Steps and 12 Traditions, p. 58
Thought to Ponder
Humility is not thinking less of myself, but thinking of myself less.
C H A N G E = Choosing Humility Allows New Growth Everyday.
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