AA Thought for the Day – Embracing Gratitude

As we continue on our journey of sobriety, it’s important to remember the power of gratitude. When we were in the depths of our addiction, we may have felt like we had nothing to be grateful for. But as we work the steps and begin to heal, we start to see the blessings in our lives.

The Gift of Sobriety

The most obvious thing to be grateful for is our sobriety. Without it, we wouldn’t have the opportunity to rebuild our lives and relationships. We can be grateful for the strength and courage it took to get sober and the support we received along the way.

A New Perspective

Sobriety also gives us a new perspective on life. We start to see things in a different light and appreciate the little things that we may have taken for granted before. We can be grateful for the beauty in the world and the simple joys of everyday life.

Supportive Relationships

In recovery, we often find a new community of people who understand and support us. We can be grateful for the friendships we’ve made and the people who have stood by us through our struggles. These relationships are a source of strength and encouragement on our journey.

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Personal Growth

Sobriety also allows us to grow and change as individuals. We can be grateful for the progress we’ve made and the person we are becoming. We can also be grateful for the challenges we’ve faced, as they have helped us become stronger and more resilient.

A Second Chance

Many of us have made mistakes and hurt others during our addiction. But in sobriety, we have the opportunity to make amends and rebuild relationships. We can be grateful for the second chance we’ve been given and the forgiveness we’ve received.

The Program of AA

AA MeetingLast but not least, we can be grateful for the program of AA. Without it, many of us wouldn’t have found the path to recovery. We can be grateful for the wisdom and support we receive from our fellow members, as well as the tools and principles that guide us on our journey.

In conclusion, gratitude is a powerful tool in our recovery. It helps us stay positive and focused on the good in our lives, rather than dwelling on the negative. As we continue on our journey, let’s remember to practice gratitude and give thanks for all the blessings in our lives.

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