AA Thought for the Day
July 4, 2020
A Long Talk
IWhen we decide who is to hear our story, we waste no time.
We have a written inventory and we are prepared for a long talk.
We explain to our partner what we are about to do and why we
have to do it. He should realize that we are engaged upon a
life-and-death errand. Most people approached in this way will
be glad to help; they will be honored by our confidence.
- Alcoholics Anonymous, (Into Action) p. 75
Thought to Ponder
The gritty pain of alcoholism is the traction of recovery.
H O P E = Hold On, Pain Ends.
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