Loosid Sober Tip of The Day
In life, we are either moving forward or we are moving backward.
In recovery, we are either moving closer to a drink (or drug) or we are moving away from it.
The problem is, too many of us believe if we stay in neutral, we are not moving at all.
As we make our plans for the day, we must give room to expand our spiritual lives every day. This means both keeping what is in our spiritual toolkit as well as adding more.
The spiritual program of recovery requires us to live in the solution. For those in a 12-Step program, this means practicing the maintenance steps every day, which are steps 10, 11 & 12.
We must look at our actions each day and both recognize and correct any faults we have made, including making amends where we were wrong.
We must connect to a power greater than us every day. Whatever that power does not matter.
Knowing we have been given the gift of sobriety, we must be of service to others and show them precisely how we have recovered. Not cured… recovered.
Whatever the spiritual program, does not matter. What is important is that we expand our spiritual toolkit each day.
As we have learned before, in life, we either expand or contract. If we lift weights and stop for a long time, the muscle doesn’t stay the same. The longer we stop exercising that muscle, the more it withers away.
Take the time today to expand your spiritual toolkit and move forward. You are worth it.
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With Love, Loosid
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