Archive | January 2013
You are browsing the site archives by date.
No matter how far along we are in recovery we have to be prepared at all times to deal with life on life’s terms. The program and the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous has taught me many tools to use in order to keep that first drink just beyond my fingers on a daily basis. But […]
No words can tell of the loneliness and despair I found in that bitter morass of self-pity. Quicksand stretched around me in all directions. I had met my match. I had been overwhelmed. Alcohol was my master. Trembling, I stepped from the hospital a broken man. Fear sobered me for a bit. Then came the […]
This clip describes the relation between the theories of Carl Gustav Jung, and the creation of Alcoholics Anonymous. It also elucidates the connection between Jung’s pioneering theory and its more contemporary applications.
Learning daily to spot, admit, and correct these flaws is the essence of character-building and good living. An honest regret for harms done, a genuine gratitude for blessings received, and a willingness to try for better things tomorrow will be the permanent assets we shall seek. Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, page 95 As an […]