i have been in the rooms long enough to see and understand what complacency or procrastination can do to one who doesnt take the time to expand on their own spiritual program of recovery. i have also been in the rooms long enough to see what happens when someone does take the time to expand upon their spiritual program of recovery. i prefer to live the life of the latter, the one who takes the time to expand upon their spiritual program of recovery. i am not immune to restin upon my laurels, i have done this. i have also felt the effects of such. i feel like if i continue to start my day each day on as positive a note as i can, with a couple spiritual readins, prayer, and then meditation, askin my HP to grant me the courage and strength to live His will as i perceive it, i am usin the recovery ive learned and practiced as proper as i can. as easy or hard as it may seem to keep my recovery and spiritual program/awareness strong, i can ill afford to let a foundation of structured and disciplined action, such as startin my day as i have learned to do, slip by. i need to keep my eyes and my head in the clouds while i enjoy the satisfactions of dealin with the realities of life. if i want a better tomorrow, i must be prepared to remember the past. not forgettin, but rather forgivin, i get to remember the reasons why i live the regimen of daily prayer and meditation each mornin. i can freely express who i am, in a way that is fun, healthy, doesnt hurt me, and doesnt infringe on the rights of others. i can grow in self-awareness and self-esteem. i can let my healthy self-confidence and trust in myself increase. i can become more secure in my ability to maintain healthy boundaries, make a mistake, be wrong, have imperfections, be a little needy, a little vulnerable. i can be spontaneous and not let up on my spiritual program of recovery. these are the times a healin tranquility takes its place. there are solutions through each powerful step and the spiritual awareness i gain from practicin step 11 is a part of my recovery i get to live. 1 day @ a time...
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