AA Thought for the Day
January 4, 2018
He accepted the plan outlined in this book. One year later he called to see me,
and I experienced a very strange sensation. I knew the man by name, and partly
recognized his features, but there all resemblance ended. From a trembling, despairing,
nervous wreck, had emerged a man brimming over with self-reliance and contentment.
- Alcoholics Anonymous, p. xxxi
Thought to Ponder
It's not what I know in recovery that keeps me sober. It's what I Do that keeps me sober.
B E S T = Been Enjoying Sobriety Today?
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In grateful service,
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