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  • I thankfully pledge another day of sobriety
  • Yaw! I'll have another, please.
  • I pledge 24 hours
  • Good morning, (((All))). Gratefully pledging 24 hours living in recovery.
    "Today, I will keep my energy in my body. I will stay focused and within my boundaries. God, help me let go of my need to escape myself. Help me face my issues so I am comfortable living in my body." -Melody Beattie
  • I pledge another day of sobriety
  • Today I pledge to let God lead my life
  • Another pledge for sobriety this beautiful day ahead..what an amazing feeling waking up feeling great and vibrant instead of hazy and dull! Life is grand!
  • Overdue in posting but still pledging! Here is to health and contentment for 24 hours.
  • ready to face another day, one day at a time!
  • I pledge another day of sobriety!
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  • Surrender
  • Steady
  • hopeful
  • Reading
  • Guidance
  • Driven
  • Immovable
  • Grateful
  • Glad
  • courage
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Should I?.....Taking Risks in Recovery



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I'm Grateful Today Because ...

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  • I didn't wake up in a hospital or jail this morning and I'm not a corpse in a morgue.
  • I'm finding a rythm for work and life, I have great clients, coworkers and a beautiful family, a loving pet, time on the bike and time in the gym - simple things but rewarding and heartwarming for me
  • I'm more alive today by seeking knowledge. It's my choice now to seek greater knowledge of God's will and the service I'd provide to carry that message to others. I think it best to be empathetic rather than grandiose. To be approachable, rather than to approach. I'm grateful to look forward to a life of service, endlessly and undeterred to seek knowledge of the will not of my own, and the grace by which to carry that out.
  • I'm alive and sober
  • I am brought back to a place of calm this weekend
  • i can help others,, as others have helped me
  • in my journey of recovery, I've always been provided guidance. I'm also grateful to know that my experiences in recovery can benefit others.Starting today, a larger part of my pledge to live another 24 hours in recovery will be to provide guidance. I'm grateful to have experienced a spiritual awakening as a result of these steps. I will try to carry this message and the principles to others.
  • Lots of good reading to do this weekend.
  • I have work, good coworkers and clients, a terrific family, loving pet and a great workout ahead
  • Despite much work stress I have kind and caring clients, great coworkers, a solid reputation, loving family and pet, good health and my bike <3
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