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Pledge Now to Live Another 24 Hours in Recovery

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  • Grateful to pledge another day without alcohol and drugs of any sort! Enthusiastic about relationships that are without booze etc. etc. etc. and I am never a "loner" again as I go to be with my AA friends!
  • Grateful to pledge another day with no alcohol.Had a humbling workout this morning with cardio and weights. However as I'm gasping for air the thought occurs to me that today might be a nice day for a drink...that is how crazy my thinking can get when it comes to alcohol. So I also pledge to believe that it will be a nicer day to stay sober.Hope everyone has a wonderful sober Wednesday!
  • I promise to avoid situations that affect my sobriety and to live freely without having to worry about where alcohol will take me ODAAT. Here's to another 24!
  • I do solemnly pledge just for today... Not to use and humbled ask Gods will in my life...
  • New here..... glad to have found you all. In two days, GOD willing, I will have two months. Very humble and grateful. Thank you God for another chance.
  • (((((((Pledgers))))))))) Here's my promise not to drink or drug for this 24!

    Whew! What a busy morning around here. Woke to a lot of business to handle today.....but not until morning quiet hour happens. Not picking up a drink or drug and my morning quiet hour each day are the only two non-negotiable absolutes in recovery. Spending that hour each morning has done more for my recovery than any other thing with one exception. All of you.

    Getting the last of the preparations made for the l-o-n-ggg trip to Hazelfest next week!! Going to be a total of 35 hours round trip on the road ! But the wonderful far outweighs the long drive. Even though I'm a bit "nervanxious" about my performance and speaking there.....I can't wait to get to meet and throw hugs on many of you. There is nothing quite like getting to meet all of you people that have inspired, supported, and encouraged each other for so long.

    So let's do it together again today gang! Big Hugs on Everyone! thomas
    • We are all with you thomas (one day at a time)
  • Count me in on pledging another 24 hours living clean & sober. Hugs to al.
  • I'm in with my pledge to live in recovery for another 24 hours. Big hugs and lots of LOVE for everyone.
  • Pledging today for another 24 hours!
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One of the best known, and most popular prayers associated with recovery is The Serenity Prayer.  Its message applies to everyone, whether in recovery or not.

God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change …” Realistically, although we often wish and act otherwise, we cannot change other people’s attitudes, thoughts and actions.  We do not have that control – only they do.  There are also aspects of places and things that we cannot change.  We can change our…

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I'm Grateful Today Because ...

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  • All is well in my life with finances and bodily health...
  • ...I am making progress.
  • I now take action rather than complaining. A simple tool to reducing stress. What can I do about it?
  • Following Thomas....Recovery lives in my house!
  • .......Recovery lives in my house.
  • i have a sober place to live.
  • whatever today brings i have a chance
  • my family is able to work through conflict vs. stuffing feelings
  • ... good or bad, life unfolds and I am shown the lesson. And my HP is always at my side guiding and protecting.
  • Most of my challenges are first-world, high-class issues and I'm reminded of this by all that's in the world around me
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