recovery from my alcoholism has taught me that i should be grateful for all the blessins ive received and which i do not deserve. gratitude to God for all His blessins will make me humble. when i remember that i could do little by myself, and now must rely largely on Gods grace in helpin...

when i was out doin my dirt i thought i had everythin under control. i didnt feel like i suffered too much because, “i got this”. and sometimes i did do everythin just right. that always gave me the confidence i needed to try again. i learned in my recovery, through many personal inventories, that...

It's funny how the mind works…how one second by seeing a knife, i can think of death, and then the next moment, i am scrubbing my face, so I can take better care of my skin. So bizare…to be in between these 2 extremes, which seem so perfectly normal and right. For a while now,...

my alcoholic pain was the price of admission into a new way of life, a life in recovery. as bad as it got, as many times as i tried, i could not beat my alcoholism. it showed me that i, as bad ass as i thought i was, wasnt shit. i can look back today...

i dont get beat up near as much today as i used to. and i dont mean in the physical sense. what im talkin about is the emotional or psychological sense. i still do shit i wish id thought a lil more on, but the consequences i face from doin or sayin somethin aint nowhere...

ive battled despair and i aint too fond of doin it, hopelessness sucks ass man! and its so true, in my case, that when i go to relyin on self, without the help of my HP or a guided direction from a trusted friend in recovery, the signal i think i have with my HP...

i would not be sober today if i hadnt humbled myself and put forth the willingness to try to gain a sense of humility. recovery helped me get a start learnin how to use humility to help me become the person i am today. with step one i had to start bein honest with others...

its been my experience that as i have grown in my recovery, practicin, as best as i can, the spiritual principles contained within the program, humility has come as a biproduct of that discipline. surely bein a member in the fellowship i want to be humble and accept what my HP and the program has...

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