AA Thought for the Day
November 12, 2018
Where other people were concerned, we had to drop the word “blame”
from our speech and thought. This required great willingness even to begin.
But once over the first two or three high hurdles, the course ahead began
to look easier. For we had started to get perspective on ourselves,
which is another way of saying that we were gaining in humility.
- Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, pp. 47 - 48
Thought to Ponder
Learning is the very essence of humility. The two walk hand in hand.
F A I T H = Facing An Inner Truth Heals.
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