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10 am - 12 Step Zoom Meeting (Music Industry Support Group) 
3 pm - Room A (Open to All)
6 pm - Caring Families
8 pm - HBFF Alumni (Password)
8 pm - HBFF Alumni (Open to All)

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  • Good morning everyone! I am here to pledge another 24 hours of living my life sober and happy!
  • ūüĆĄ Good morning, (((((All))))). Gratefully pledging 24 hours living in recovery together with all of you.‚̧

    "Surrendering is not the giving up of something.
    True surrender is the total acceptance of yourself.
    You're not 'losing' anything in the surrender, the way your society usually means that word. You are not giving up anything in the sense of loss.
    Surrender means to open up: Open up to your total self; to give in and let go of the things you think you're supposed to be. Just be who you are. It will see you through."
  • I pledge a sober Tuesday. Another 24 hours healthy.
  • Good morning (((((Everyone))))). I'm happily in with my pledge to stay sober today. Working again tonight which will make for another long day, but that's ok. Also have a bunch of zoom meetings to attend. Hope you all have a good and sober Tues.
  • I will not drink today.
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  • .....there is always someone, somewhere, in every day that I can pass along a smile, a compliment, a prayer or good thought sent their way that makes their day and journey just a tad bit brighter than it was before I got there.
  • the miracle of recovery is change, Change for the better through practice of the principles of the 12 steps. I truly believe my God provides gifts of opportunity to practice these principles each day. All I have to do is empower myself to look for them and act.
  • another change in personality sufficient to bring about selflessness and integrity of character has been realized. When I make a decision to turn my will and my life over to the care of God, promises are fulfilled and the miracle of change for the better is mine.
  • in the calm of the morning I can visit the spiritual principles and find willingness rightly directed. It puts a smile on my face and a spring in my step to do the next right thing.
  • living with integrity is my goal.I can live with moral and ethical values through spiritual principles. I can be consistent in this, and when I do, I'm grateful to be the best I can be. It's as my God intended me to be.
  • When I stay mindful of the importance of each moment and only that which is in front of me, that's when good things happen. I find I can win the day by winning each moment first. When I can apply the spiritual principles of the steps in each moment, I find incredible momentum of goodness. And for that, I'm truly grateful.
  • "Practical experience shows that nothing will so much insure immunity from drinking as intensive work with other alcoholics." I'm grateful when I feel those defects of character creeping up on me. I knuckle down, I intensify my service to others. I connect with the outside world and someway, somehow, the selfish signals just simply go away. Then I'm free from cravings and blessed through service to be the best I can be, as my God intended.
  • ....I just made the best chicken soup for a rainy day on the planet. Grateful I can enjoying creating good foods and enjoy them. What wonderful freedoms and blessings we have that come from being free from alcohol and drugs.
  • ......for my morning quiet hour every day. That one hour conquers pretty much anything else that I encounter the rest of the day before it can even occur.
  • ....for the little things that I can take for granted that are really big things if I didn't have them. Found myself marveling how I can simply touch one side or the other of any faucet in my home and have an endless supply of either cold or hot running water at my choosing.'s the little things that are actually the biggest of all when I take the time to notice.
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