AA Thought for the Day
September 26, 2018
When our friend related his experience, the man agreed that no amount of will power
he might muster could stop his drinking for long. A spiritual experience, he conceded,
was absolutely necessary, but the price seemed high upon the basis suggested. He told
how he lived in constant worry about those who might find out about his alcoholism.
He had, of course, the familiar alcoholic obsession that few knew of his drinking.
- Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 155
Thought to Ponder
Humility comes before honor.
A A = Accountable Actions.
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