Daily Thought 08.02.19

From: "Daily Thought" <dailythought@aa-alive.org>
Subject: Daily Thought 08.02.19
Date: August 2nd 2019

AA Thought for the Day
(courtesy AA-Alive.net)

August 2, 2019

Must A.A.'s spend most of their waking hours drearily rehashing their sins
of omission or commission? Well, hardly. The emphasis on inventory is heavy
only because a great many of us have never really acquired the habit of accurate
self-appraisal. Once this healthy practice has become grooved, it will be so
interesting and profitable that the time it takes won't be missed. For these
minutes and sometimes hours spent in self-examination are bound to make
all the other hours of our day better and happier.
- Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, (Step Ten) pp. 89 - 90

Thought to Ponder
Inventory-taking is not always done in red ink.

AA-related 'Alconym'
A A  =  Always Aware.

Thanks to all of you for sharing so generously of your experience, strength and hope in carrying the AA message.
Grateful to serve,
peyton h

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