i was raised in a Christian home and knew what or who God was. even with that knowledge i still formed resentment and anger toward Him. when i began to get sober it was suggested that i rebuild a relationship with Him. it was quite an undertakin at 1st. today i am grateful He is...

after i had sobered up and started watchin the people around me who were sober with quality recovery, i began to notice that they were not goin through some of the stuff i had been goin through. at least if they were, they did not display it; i wondered what they had that i didnt....

i can remember thinkin i was all that. i can still go to thinkin that way when i take charge of my life. on the inside, im a scared lil boy fearin everythin, i would do anythin to NOT let that show. i am grateful today that my relationship with God has turned me into...

as the days pass, n’ life gets easier to live, n’ my head gets clearer, i realize its not me alone doin this. sure, i could take credit fer it all and fall flat on my face, but deep down inside, i know my HP is guidin each day. the trick is fer me to...

i am grateful there are people who are willin to share their experience, strength, and hope. i know i would not be here today if it wasnt for their undyin will to remain fast as a group and help others. it is my responsibility now, with Gods help, to carry on this legacy so that...

idk know bout any of the rest of ya'll who have gotten into this thing, but i sho nuff am enjoyin this new freedom! like this mornins readin says, freedom from and freedom to; what great God given gifts. freedom from alcohol has given me many new avenues to enjoy my life. it has given...

as i have sat around the rooms, i have been able to watch these things happen. i have seen loneliness leave others, and myself. i have been able to watch others, and myself, grow to gain forgiveness and love in our hearts. it has truly been a great treat. i know that this could not...

i was able to hear a guy talk last night. he spoke of things that i could relate to. he talked about his inability to forgive, his selfishness, loneliness, anger, and mistrust. all things i am akin to. he showed me that the story i have, can be heard by others, to help them as...

honesty is the principle of step 1. as i progressed through the principles of recovery, i learned, others were not to blame for my misfortune. though some of it may not have totally been my entire fault, others were not to blame. my reaction to misfortune was mine, no one elses. when i was finally...

this mornins daily is just a short list of things that i must do to go to any length to stay sober. like it says, they are things i didnt want to do. face truths about myself and accept that, just maybe, it was me that caused all of my dismay fer so many years...

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