A.A. Today: All You Can

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wp-1485821892780.jpgAA Today are daily readings from the book “Twenty-Four Hours A Day.”

“Twenty-Four Hours A Day is intended for members of Alcoholics Anonymous as a help in their program of living one day at a time.

It is designed for those who want to start each day with a few minutes of thought, meditation, and prayer.”

February 24, 2016

When we came to our first A.A. meeting, we looked up at the wall at the end of the room and saw the sign:  “But for the grace of God.”  We knew right then and there that we would have to call on the grace of God in order to get sober and get over our soul-sickness.

We heard speakers tell how they had come to depend on a Power greater than themselves.  That made sense to us and we made up our minds to try it.  Am I depending on the grace of God to help me stay sober?

Meditation for the Day

Share your love, your joy, your happiness, your time, your food, your money gladly with all.  Give out all the love you can with a glad, free heart and hand.  Do all you can for others and back will come countless stores of blessings.  Sharing draws others to you.  Take all who come as sent by God and give them a royal welcome.  You may never see the results of your sharing.  Today they may not need you, but tomorrow may bring results from the sharing you did today.

Prayer for the Day

I pray that I may make each visitor desire to return.  I pray that I may never make anyone repulsed or unwanted.

6 comments on “A.A. Today: All You Can”

    1. Go with the flow. Sometimes I use visualization, but mostly I just work on quieting the mind and also I made up a mantra out of sounds that flows nicely with my breaths. 6 syllables is perfect for me

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