To Tell The Truth

I became willing, and worked to remain open to new ways of amending old problems.  Through honesty I struggled to remain open and willing.  Willing to change, and willing to accept the spiritual significance of the Program.  Alcoholics Anonymous was so much more than stopping drinking. It was a life altering, life-long process of change and growth.  God has a plan for me, I just had to get out of His way, that He could begin my healing process.  I came to an understanding of the changes I needed to make in my life, and with the help of God and the Program I have become willing to embrace those changes. It’s a daily process of learning, changing and becoming, and always seeking.

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5 thoughts on “To Tell The Truth

  1. I confided to I Ivan P. my spiritual mentor and director of my treatment program that I had been going around just feeling kind of constantly nervous for no explainable reason and he replied, “Harry, that’s called free-floating anxiety”.

    “If you can name it, you can tame it”.

    Little did I know that a short time later I was going to learn the “4P’s”-That pause, pray, ponder and proceed.

    I’m Harry, grateful alcoholic and devoted twelve stepper.

  2. Top of the morning family,
    RE: God has a plan for me. Front site on target.
    – Time to chose
    – Time to surrender this day
    – Time to commit
    – Time to place my hand back into His hand
    It’s a good day to work on not wasting time on self day.

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