AA Thought for the Day
September 6, 2021
Nevertheless, with a person we dislike, we take the bit in our teeth.
It is harder to go to an enemy than to a friend, but we find it much
more beneficial to us. We go to him in a helpful and forgiving spirit,
confessing our former ill feeling and expressing our regret.
Under no condition do we criticize such a person or argue.
- Alcoholics Anonymous, (Into Action) p. 77
Thought to Ponder
It is the highest form of self-respect to admit mistakes
and to make amends for them.
P R I D E = Personal Recovery Involves Deflating Ego.
Thanks to all of you for sharing so generously of your experience, strength and hope in carrying the AA message.
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