AA Thought for the Day
January 20, 2020
In most cases our motives won't be hard to see and understand.
When prideful, angry, jealous, anxious, or fearful, we acted
accordingly, and that was that. Here we need only recognize that
we did act or think badly, try to visualize how we might have done
better, and resolve with God's help to carry these lessons over into
tomorrow, making, of course, any amends still neglected.
- Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, (Step Ten) p. 94
Thought to Ponder
I can’t fix something if I don’t know what’s wrong.
W I S D O M = When Into Self, Discover Our Motives.
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