AA Thought for the Day
May 23, 2020
We begin to see that all people, including ourselves, are to some extent
emotionally ill as well as frequently wrong, and then we approach true
tolerance and see what real love for our fellows actually means. It will
become more and more evident as we go forward that it is pointless to
become angry, or to get hurt by people who, like us, are suffering from
the pains of growing up.
- Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, (Step Ten) p. 92
Thought to Ponder
Let us always love the best in others,
and never fear their worst.
P U T = Practice Using Tolerance.
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