AA Thought for the Day
August 23, 2019
Admitting he may be somewhat at fault, he is sure that other people
are more to blame. He becomes angry, indignant, self-pitying.
What is his basic trouble? Is he not really a self-seeker even when
trying to be kind? Is he not a victim of the delusion that he can wrest
satisfaction and happiness out of this world if he only manages well?
- Alcoholics Anonymous, (How It Works) p. 61
Thought to Ponder
When I choose the behavior, I choose the consequences
W I S D O M = When Into Self, Discover Our Motives.
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