AA Thought for the Day
Dear Readers, My deepest apologies for the misquoted source of yesterday's
Daily Thought. The Thought is actually from Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions.
January 17, 2020
We find it a waste of time to keep chasing a man who
cannot or will not work with you. If you leave such a
person alone, he may soon become convinced that he
cannot recover by himself. To spend too much time on
any one situation is to deny some other alcoholic an
opportunity to live and be happy.
- Alcoholics Anonymous, (Working With Others) p. 96
Thought to Ponder
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