AA Thought for the Day
March 3, 2020
The quick inventory is aimed at our daily ups and downs, especially
those where people or new events throw us off balance and tempt
us to make mistakes. In all these situations we need self-restraint,
honest analysis of what is involved, a willingness to admit when the
fault is ours, and an equal willingness to forgive when the fault is elsewhere.
- Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, (Step Ten) p. 91
Thought to Ponder
Nothing pays off like restraint of tongue and pen.
C A L M = Cause Anger Left Me.
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