DAILY REFLECTIONS AA EBOOK
Read reviews, compare customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about 12 Step Meditation Daily Reflections AA NA Al-Anon. Download 12 Step. This is a book of reflections by A.A. members for A.A. members. It was first published in to fulfill a long-felt need within the Fellowship for a collection of. am, Eastside Early Risers-Daily Reflec, First Presbyterian Church, NE 9th St, Bend, Daily Reflections, Wheelchair Access.
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What am I afraid of? You are reading from the book Touchstones.
Friendship with oneself is all-important, because without it one cannot be friends with anyone else in the world. We have been at war with ourselves and in turmoil with our families, even while feeling like victims.
This program daily reflections aa out Twelve Steps we can follow to become friends with ourselves. In recovery we may still feel self-hate when we constantly monitor our every action, when we react to our mistakes by berating daily reflections aa, and when we dwell on past offenses.
Would we put a friend through that? A true friend will accept you as you are.
He doesn't put you down or call you derogatory names. He'll give you honest feedback and won't put on a false front.
He'll support daily reflections aa when you're in trouble.
Being our own friend means doing these things for ourselves. Perhaps we can even embrace and be kind to the part of ourselves that is addicted and codependent. Today, I will be a friend to daily reflections aa whole self - even the parts of me I have rejected.
You are reading from the book Each Day a New Beginning.
Women's Daily Reflections – AA Sacramento
When you cease to daily reflections aa a contribution, you begin to die. We can notice too, the many times a friend, or even a stranger, reaches out to us in a helpful way.
The opportunities to contribute to life's flow are unending.
Our own vibrancy comes from involvement with others, from contributing our talents, our hearts to one another's daily travels. The program helps us to know that God lives in us, among us. When we close ourselves off from our friends, our fellow travelers, we block God's path to us and through us.
To live means sharing one another's space, dreams, sorrows, daily reflections aa our ears to hear, daily reflections aa eyes to see, our arms to hold, our hearts to love.
When we close ourselves off from each other--we have destroyed the vital contribution we each need to make and to receive in order to nurture life.
We each need only what the other can give. Each person we meet today needs our special contribution. What a wonderful collection of daily reflections aa awaits me today! You are daily reflections aa from the book The Language of Letting Go. Opening Ourselves to Love Allowing ourselves to receive love is one of the greatest challenges we face in recovery.
Many of us have blocked ourselves from receiving love.