AA Thought for the Day
May 23, 2019
If not members of religious bodies, we sometimes
select and memorize a few set prayers which emphasize
the principles we have been discussing. There are many
helpful books also. Suggestions about these may be obtained
from one’s priest, minister, or rabbi. Be quick to see where
religious people are right. Make use of what they offer.
- Alcoholics Anonymous, (Into Action) p. 87
Thought to Ponder
Prayer asks the question. Meditation listens for the answer.
A S A P = Always Say A Prayer.
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