AA Thought for the Day
February 25, 2019
Most of our experiences are what the psychologist William James
calls the "educational variety" because they develop slowly over a
period of time. Quite often friends of the newcomer are aware of
the difference long before he is himself. He finally realizes that he has
undergone a profound alteration in his reaction to life; that such a change
could hardly have been brought about by himself alone.
- Alcoholics Anonymous, (Appendix II) p. 567
Thought to Ponder
A spiritual awakening is our greatest gift.
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