In Loving Memory of Vic

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Daily Recovery Quotes – September 2

September 2

AA ‘Big Book’ – Quote

Having persevered with the rest of the program, they wondered why they fell. We think the reason is that they never completed their housecleaning. They took inventory all right, but hung on to some of the worst items in stock. They only THOUGHT they had lost their egoism and fear; they only THOUGHT they had humbled themselves. But they had not learned enough of humility, fearlessness and honesty, in the sense we find it necessary, until they told someone else ALL their life story. – Pg. 73 – Into Action


Hour To Hour – Book – Quote

At this time many people will get on our nerves. This is normal during early recovery. How we see others is often a mirror of our feelings–thus we are not so much upset by the actions of others as we are upset with ourselves.

Help me see that my feelings are often displaced and projected into anothers behavior when it may really come from within me.


I will pray today. I will not try to do anything without God ‘s help whether it’s finding something in a cupboard, figuring out what to have for breakfast or curing my life. I will allow God into each and every intimate detail in my life trusting that God’s love is all pervasive, all knowing and cannot be used up. I understand that God’s reach extends as I allow it to imbue my life with a sense of being alive and in constant, constant contact. It is not about being deserving, God and I are meant to be one in the same. It is not about being good enough, God is with me always, It is I who stray from God, not God who strays from me. Today I will allow God’s presence to fill me and guide and hold my life. There is no such thing as poverty or lack when I live in God’s eternal love and presence.

– Tian Dayton PhD


Pocket Sponsor – Book – Quote

Recovery is not an event; it is a process. The disease of addiction affects all three aspects of our physical, mental, and spiritual selves by changing our behavior (to self-destruction), thinking (to self-serving), and allegiance (to no purpose). It was a slow debilitating process. Recovery is the same slow process in reverse.

I am in the process of changing my behavior to self-construction, my thoughts to service, and my allegiance from ‘no purpose’ to a higher purpose.


“Walk Softly and Carry a Big Book” – Book

We don’t care why you’re here, it’s why you stay.


Time for Joy – Book – Quote

All my needs are being met easily and effortlessly today.
I simply turn them over to my Higher Power and do the footwork.


Alkiespeak – Book – Quote

This too shall pass…Like a gallstone. – Anon.

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