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Daily Thought  - February 20


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When you wake up in the morning, what is the first thing that comes to your mind? If it’s a negative thought, then you’re not alone. Especially when we are faced with challenges during the day. However, It’s easy to get caught up in thoughts of self-doubt or worry, thoughts play a powerful role in our lives, and it’s better to start each day with positive thoughts. 


We gave you Thought, thought-provoking questions, Meditation, Prayer, and the best thoughts of positivity for a good day, and now we have good motivational and positive thoughts for the day! These better thoughts will help you focus on the best things in life, and they’ll give you the boost you need to achieve your goals.



Today's Daily Thought: Twenty-Four Hours a Day - February 20


Best today's daily thought  Doubts, today shouldn't limit tomorrow's possibilities, Meditation, Prayer, daily reflections, Need daily motivation? The best thoughts are the best thoughts of positivity for a good day ahead. One for every day. (Twenty-Four Hours a Day)




🌞 Thought For The Day


After I became an alcoholic, alcohol poisoned my love for my family and friends, it poisoned my ambition, it poisoned my self-respect. It poisoned my whole life, until I met A.A. My life is happier now than it has been for a long time. I don't want to commit suicide. So with the help of God and A.A., I'm not going to take any more of that alcoholic poison into my system. And I'm going to keep training my mind never even to think of liquor again in any way except as a poison. Do I believe that liquor will poison my life if I ever touch it again?




🌿 Meditation for the Day


I will link up my frail nature with the limitless Divine Power. I will link my life with the Divine Force for Good in the world. It is not the passionate appeal that gains the Divine attention as much as the quiet placing of the difficulty and worry in the Divine Hands. So I will trust God like a child who places its tangled skein of wool in the hands of a loving mother to unravel. We please God more by our unquestioning confidence than by imploring Him for help.



Today's Prayer for the Day


I pray that I may put all my difficulties in God's hands and leave them there. I pray that I may fully trust God to take care of them



From Twenty-Four Hours a Day © 1975 by Hazelden Foundation. All rights reserved. No portion of this publication may be reproduced in any manner without the written permission of the publisher.





Daily Reflections




OUR PATHS ARE OUR OWN


February 20


. . . there was nothing left for us but to pick up the simple kit of spiritual tools laid at our feet.



ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 25


My first attempt at the Steps was one of obligation and necessity, which resulted in a deep feeling of discouragement in the face of all those adverbs: courageously; completely; humbly; directly; and only. I considered Bill W. fortunate to have gone through such a major, even sensational, spiritual experience. I had to discover, as time went on, that my path was my own. After a few twenty-four hours in the A.A. Fellowship, thanks especially to the sharing of members in the meetings, I understood that everyone gradually finds his or her own pace in moving through the Steps. Through progressive means, I try to live according to these suggested principles. As a result of these Steps, I can say today that my attitude towards life, people, and towards anything having to do with God, has been transformed and improved.




From the book Daily Reflections. Copyright © 1990 by Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. All rights reserved.



Food For Thought - Daily Thought




Setting Priorities


One of our slogans is "First things first." We cannot have or do everything; we must set our priorities and choose what means the most to us.


Each of us needs to spend quiet time searching the inner self to determine which people, which activities, and which tasks are most important. The results may surprise us. We may find that we are spending too much time with someone we really do not enjoy, preparing complicated meals which no one needs, or working at a job which we dislike, in order to make more money to buy more things. Do we really need the things? Do they enrich our lives or are they merely impressive?


Because I am a compulsive overeater, abstinence is the most important thing in my life. Without it, I do not enjoy other people, I do not like myself, I do not work well. If abstinence does not come first, everything else suffers.


May I remember that abstinence is my number one priority.



From Food for Thought: Daily Meditations for Overeaters by Elisabeth L. ©1980, 1992 by Safarfacts Foundation. All rights reserved. No portion of this publication may be reproduced in any manner without the written permission of the publisher

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