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New Year's resolutions are passe but focusing on a meaningful mantra to live by is not. If you haven't thought about adding anything new to your repertoire of words to live by, try these....embrace life!
Faith in Action
Women's meetings are so vital to recovery. We may not even share the same addiction but if we are in recovery we have an obligation to extend a hand to our sisters. Be a meeting maker from the ground up!
Faith Without Works
Faith in a Higher Power, in ourselves, and in others is a wonderful thing. Until we put that faith into action we will never know how alive and free we really can be.
Father's Day! Remembering our dads and our relationship with them. These are personal thoughts of my dad. How do you feel about yours?
Fear is a four-letter word that many of us wish would disappear from our vocabularies and our lives. It can be a thing of the past but only when we can face it with honesty.
Fear and Resentments
We may be uncomfortable about our first attempt at Steps 4 and 5 but we know these are a "must". Yet, I have found that some postpone these because they are in fear that their resentments will be with them forever and the steps will have been done in vain.
Fearing God's Will
It is so easy to help and guide our brothers and sisters in the fellowship when they are in pain. "Trust your Higher Power; pray to know His will" are my words of wisdom. But what happens when the pain belongs to me? It is not always easy to follow my own advice.
We talk a lot in recovery about courage and fear. Is it possible to feel courage but remain in fear over the little things in life?
After we are in recovery for a while, it is easy to sometimes lose track of what was important to our sobriety. Gratitude is one of those things. Easy to say what we are grateful for but do we truly feel it.
Food as an Addiction
Food can be an addiction. Most people think that means overeating. It can also mean not eating enough. In either case, we must examine how we feel about food and the reasons why our eating habits just don't seem normal.
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