Daily Thought 03.26.21

From: "Daily Thought" <dailythought@aa-alive.org>
Subject: Daily Thought 03.26.21
Date: March 26th 2021

AA Thought for the Day
(courtesy AA-Alive.net)

March 26, 2021

Tradition Three
Why did A.A. finally drop all its membership regulations? . . . The answer,
now seen in Tradition Three, was simplicity itself. At last experience taught
us that to take away any alcoholic's full chance was sometimes to pronounce
his death sentence, and often to condemn him to endless misery. Who dared
to be judge, jury, and executioner of his own sick brother? As group after group
saw these possibilities, they finally abandoned all membership regulations.

- Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, (Tradition Three) p. 141

Thought to Ponder
Sobriety is the adventure of a lifetime.
And it begins the moment we ask AA for help.

AA-related 'Alconym'
Y A N A  =   You Are Not Alone.

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