AA Thought for the Day
January 15, 2020
We are careful never to show intolerance or hatred of drinking
as an institution. Experience shows that such an attitude is not
helpful to anyone. Every new alcoholic looks for this spirit among us
and is immensely relieved when he finds we are not witch-burners.
A spirit of intolerance might repel alcoholics whose lives
could have been saved, had it not been for such stupidity.
- Alcoholics Anonymous, (Working With Others) p. 103
Thought to Ponder
The Three "C's" -- Concern, Compassion, Consideration.
S T A R = Start Talking About Recovery.
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