AA Thought for the Day
August 31, 2018
Besides a seeming inability to accept much on faith, we often found ourselves
handicapped by obstinacy, sensitiveness, and unreasoning prejudice.
Many of us have been so touchy that even casual reference to spiritual things
made us bristle with antagonism. This sort of thinking had to be abandoned.
Though some of us resisted, we found no great difficulty in casting aside such feelings.
- Alcoholics Anonymous, pp. 47 - 48
Thought to Ponder
New ideals and new attitudes bring a new life.
T H I N K = Thank Heavens, I Now Know.
Thanks to all of you for sharing so generously of your experience, strength and hope in carrying the AA message.
Grateful to serve,
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