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Today’s Gift

There is no healing without forgiveness. I love the peace I feel with forgiveness.

~Helen Casey

The program is helping us understand that when we feel resentful or angry, we are hindering our own recovery as well as our Higher Power’s plan for us. We cannot receive God’s full message if we are trapped by our hateful feelings.

Why would we want to continue our agitation toward someone else, particularly when it means we can feel no peace? The answer lies in our struggle to be “right” in every situation. Being right rather than peaceful remains too important to us. But observing women who are serene will enlighten us about the possibilities for change the program promises. These possibilities can be ours if we change our attitude, develop the willingness to let go of past hurts, and live in a forgiving present.

It may sound difficult to live in a forgiving present, but it’s not. We make the decision and then ask God to help us. Our hearts will heal and our resentments will be gone. Peace can become our permanent companion.

Serenity is my goal today; forgiveness of others is the way I can achieve my goal.

Today's reading is from the book A Woman's Spirit: More meditations for Women*


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This can be difficult, but it’s doable!

Letting go

If addiction is about control, recovery is about letting go. If addiction is about denial, recovery is about accepting what is.

As we spend time in the program, we learn something unexpected and amazing: life is so full of twists and turns, it’s easier to follow along than to try to straighten them out. It’s easier to have fewer expectations because, after all, we have no control over the future or the present.

Can I practice letting go?

Higher Power, help me to be open, flexible, and accepting in my recovery.

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Whenever you fall, pick something up.

~Oswald Avery

There was once a very active boy who fell and broke his leg. He could run again in the spring, the doctors said, but only if he stayed in bed for an entire month and kept his leg still. At first the boy fought the rule, but he found that the more he thought about things he couldn't do, the more tired and angry he felt.

His parents put in a phone by his bed and friends called every day. He'd never much liked talking on the phone, but he felt better when they called. He wrote letters and got replies, and was surprised at what fun it was. Usually, he didn't have time to write letters.

He learned to play chess and began to enjoy reading. His days were slower and quieter than he'd been used to, but he learned a month really isn't a very long time. When spring came, he was running again, a little more joyfully than before.

When we can learn to accept our troubles, we find, like the boy, that they are just packages in which new growth and discoveries are wrapped.

If something unexpected slows me down today, what joys might I find at the slower pace?

Today's reading is from the book Today's Gift: Daily Meditations for Families



AA Thought for the Day

“There was nothing left for us but to pick up the simple kit of spiritual tools laid at our feet by Alcoholics Anonymous. By doing so, we have a spiritual experience which revolutionizes our whole attitude toward life, toward others, and toward God’s universe. The central fact of our lives today is the absolute certainty that our Creator has entered into our hearts and lives there in a way which is indeed miraculous. He has commenced to accomplish those things for us that we could never do for ourselves.” Have I let God come into my life?

Meditation for the Day

The moment a thing seems wrong to you or a person’s actions to be not what you think they should be, at that moment begins your obligation and responsibility to pray for those wrongs to be righted or that person to be changed. What is wrong in your surroundings or in the people you know? Think about these things and make these matters your responsibility. Not to interfere or be a busybody, but to pray that a change may come through your influence. You may see lives altered and evils banished in time. You can become a force for good wherever you are.

Prayer for the Day

I pray that I may be a co-worker with God. I pray that I may help people by my example.

Today's reading is from the book Twenty-Four Hours a Day: A Spiritual Resource with Practical Applications for Daily Life*
*Meditations can be specific, but themes are universal: apply as needed on your personal journey.


Todays Gift:

Prayer enlarges the heart until it is capable of containing God’s gift to himself.

~Mother Teresa

In praying, some of us depend on the traditions of our religion, others on the instructions of spiritual leaders. Some of us just strike out on our own, not knowing what to say or what to do, yet believing that form is not as important as intent. We only know that when we do pray, something happens.

And each time we lift our thoughts to God, it is easier the next time. Then, as we keep praying, we discover that we have begun to establish a familiarity. Our heart is opening to God without our realizing it. When we are willing, God fills our heart. And even though we can leave God, and often do, God never leaves us.

I am grateful that God is in my heart. My prayer is one of thanks.

Today's reading is from the book In God's Care: Daily Meditations on Spirituality in Recovery


Perfect! 🫶 06/09/2022


Danny Santulli 19, was a freshman at the University of Missouri. The freshman suffered acute alcohol poisoning during a hazing ceremony, in October 2021 at the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity house on the university campus, known as Fiji.

Prior to the hazing pledge night, Mr Santulli had endured a “month of abuse” at the hands of the fraternity, according to the lawsuit.
In one incident, he was allegedly ordered to climb into a trash can with broken glass. The 19-year-old badly cut his foot in that incident and needed stitches and crutches. “He was ordered to be at the beck and call of senior fraternity members at all hours, which eventually led to him abandoning his paid-for dorm and sleeping at the chapter house.”
His duties allegedly included getting food, alcohol and ma*****na for the older boys on command, cleaning the bedrooms in the house and being forced to buy things for the fraternity members with his own money.

At the initiation ceremony, he was allegedly force-fed beer through a tube and ordered to down a bottle of vodka taped to his hand which resulted in a severe case of alcohol poisoning. He is still unable to see, walk, or communicate in any manner.

Found unresponsive, Santulli was later taken to MU Hospital in one of the frat brothers' cars, but he was already in cardiac arrest by then. Hospital staff performed CPR and was able to restart Santulli's heart, but he remained "unresponsive, unaware of his surroundings, unable to communicate and (with) a significant injury to his brain." Doctors would later find the teenager's blood-alcohol content was 0.486 percent, more than six times the legal limit for driving.

Some of the pledges had their bottles taped to their hands for added pressure and ma*****na and co***ne was also “available” at the party, the suit claimed.

His parents have settled a lawsuit with 22 defendants against the fraternity, which has reportedly been banned from the campus for repeated violations. On Monday, June 6, his lawyer filed a motion to add 2 more fraternity brothers to the case one who has since been charged with misdemeanor counts of supplying alcohol to a minor and possession of alcohol by a minor.

Danny Santulli is currently under the care of his parents in Eden Prarie, Minnesota after spending months in a Colorado rehabilitation.

*Sixty-five students have died in college hazing incidents since 2000, including several in near-identical circumstances to Mr Santulli.

Danny Santulli


Today's Gift, Daily Inspiration Pear blossom in early Spring

Acceptance frees us.

Conflict can result from trying to change a person or situation that we don’t like. And conflict causes stress and agitation, both of which limit our lives. They steal our ability to be open to opportunities for growth and change.

Why is it so hard to accept situations we don’t like? Twelve Step programs tell us it’s because of our ego. We feel diminished when others don’t agree with our plan or our opinion. Our self-worth is tied to other people’s reactions.

But we can change. We can let the success stories we hear in this program inspire us to let others be. We will discover how much better we feel when we’re not on the battlefield with our friends and loved ones.

I don’t have to have conflict with other people today. I can let others be themselves and do what feels right to them. I’ll feel more at ease too.

Today's Gift Book
Today's reading is from the book A Life of My Own: Meditations on Hope and Acceptance*
*Meditations can be specific, but themes are universal: apply as needed on your personal journey.


Today's Gift

… it is a peaceful thing to be one succeeding.

~Gertrude Stein

Success is at hand. While we read these words, we are experiencing it. At this very instant, our commitment to recovery is a sign of success, and we feel peace each time we let go of our struggle, turning to another for help, for direction. Because we strive only for perfection, we recognize nothing less; we block our awareness of the ordinary successes that are ours again and again. Thus, the serenity the program promises us eludes us. But we are succeeding. Every day that we are abstinent, we succeed.

We can think of the times—perhaps only yesterday—when we listened to a friend in need, or finished a task that was nagging at us. Maybe we made an appointment to begin a project we've been putting off. Success is taking positive action, nothing more.

Many of us, in our youth, were taught that success only came in certain shapes and sizes. And we felt like failures. We need new definitions; it's time to discard the old. Luckily for us, the program offers us new ones.

Every person, every situation, can add to my success today. My attitude can help someone else succeed, too.

*Today's reading is from the book Each Day a New Beginning: Daily meditations for Women*


Meditation is good for the soul.


Todays gift:

To see, we must stop being in the middle of the picture.


Seeing something from another person’s point of view is an important spiritual awakening. That moment of understanding is a gift. We didn’t expect it, but suddenly it’s there. Our world grows larger because our view of that person changes. That, in turn, deepens our awareness and can deepen the relationship itself. Having others take the risk of sharing themselves is precious because it shows that we have proven worthy of their trust.

It’s a good feeling to sense the immediate connection that comes with understanding someone in a new way. We might experience compassion, love, or respect. One thing is sure: there is no room for the negative in a true moment of awakening.

Such gifts come because we have been willing to search for them, and for that we can give ourselves credit.

May God help me to be truly interested in other people and in who they are.

Today's reading is from the book Answers in the Heart: Daily Meditations for Men and Women Recovering from s*x addictions.


TODAY’s GIFT by Hazelden

Making amends

There is no benefit in trying to make amends until we are entirely willing to do it. We must be ready to make our amends without preconceived ideas about how the other party will receive them.

The success of the amends Steps does not depend on the acceptance of the other party but merely on our total willingness to admit where we were wrong. There is magic in working the amends Steps—magic we can never believe in until we work them.

Have I made all of my amends?

Higher Power, help me to be willing to ask forgiveness of you and to admit my mistakes to those I have wronged. Please remove my fear of doing so.

Today I will make amends to…

Today's reading is from the book Day by Day: Daily Meditations for Recovering Addicts


Today’s gift - Hazelden

The reward of friendship is itself. The man who hopes for anything else does not understand what true friendship is.

~Saint Aelred of Rievaulx

The comfort of a true friend in a time of trouble, the strength we sense in being with someone who truly knows us, the affirmation of life that comes with enduring friendships—no other experience is like these. Recovery, once our addictive behaviors end, is mostly through relationships. In this program, we are developing a friendship with ourselves, with other men and women, and with our Higher Power.

True friendship happens when we lower our guard and let our feelings show. It happens when we listen without judgment. It accumulates over time in many little experiences with someone. There is friendship in returning to someone when we feel offended or hurt so the relationship can be repaired—and in returning to him when we have been the offender. Sometimes friendship means humility, or accepting our worthiness to be forgiven. The development and deepening of our friendships with other men, with women, and with ourselves sustains us in recovery.

Today, I will be true in my friendships.

Today's reading is from the book Touchstones: A Book of Daily Meditations for Men


It is time to forgive yourself.


Todays Gift

Detachment is always possible.

We can take our feelings and our minds on a “mini-trip” every time the people in our lives get abusive or the circumstances in our lives get too demanding. But we don’t have to deny our emotions and let others control how we feel and what we do. For many of us, this is an astonishing revelation. We never understood how able we really were to decide what we would feel.

Detachment sounds more mysterious than it really is. At first we may think it means we can’t care about our loved ones anymore. Actually, letting others alone to do what they will and practicing acceptance are far more caring. Detaching is acknowledging that each of us is responsible for our own journey.

My journey will be what I make it today. I will detach with love.

Today's reading is from the book A Life of My Own: Meditations on Hope and Acceptance*


The tremor of awe is the best in man.

~Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

We have a spiritual experience in knowing and being touched by something much larger than us, something beyond what we understand, something of mysterious dimensions. It can happen as we stand on the banks of an ageless river, listen to beautiful music, read scripture, or say a prayer with a friend. When we set aside defiance, willfulness, and our demands to subdue whatever we meet, we become receptive to a larger reality. The experience of awe brings out the best in a man because it instills a spirit of respect and gratitude. It inspires humility and expands our minds into realms we can’t express in words.

The sense of awe is a kind of reverence. After we learn where our personal awe is inspired, we can return to it again and again. As we feel it more, we become more open to it in the mundane parts of our daily lives. Today, we might feel the spirit in the visit of a wild bird on a branch, the spontaneous “Hi” from a small child, or the stillness before prayer at the dinner table.

Today, I will look for moments of awe in my life.

Today's Gift Book
Today's reading is from the book Touchstones: A Book of Daily Meditations for Men*

*Meditations can be specific, but themes are universal: apply as needed on your personal journey.


Today’s Gift!

One of the best ways to persuade others is with your ears—by listening to them.

~Dean Rusk

We hate being told what to think. We like to make up our own minds. It helps to talk things out with another person who listens to us. Someone who cares what we think.

We can give this respect to others. We can listen to their point of view. We can try to understand them and care about what they think.

When we do this, others start to care what we think too. We share ideas. The ideas get a little clearer. They change a little. We get a little closer to agreement. We both feel good.

Prayer for the Day

Higher Power, help me know when to listen and when to talk today. Work for me and through me. Thanks.

Action for the Day

Today I’ll look for chances to listen to others when I really want to talk. I’ll say, “Tell me more about that.” And I’ll listen.


Today’s gift:

I am an old man and have known a great many troubles, but most of them never happened.

~Mark Twain

Imagination is wonderful if we don’t use it against ourselves. Like fire, it is a great power capable of either warming and giving life or of burning and destroying everything it touches. Consider how often we create problems that never come to be! Family gatherings we know will drive us crazy turn out to be uneventful or even pleasant. Phone calls we put off for months or years because of the excruciating pain they will cause are not the big deal we thought they would be. Once made, decisions we dreaded and avoided improve our lives so much that we wonder what we were waiting for!

We adult children often grow up wearing “doom glasses.” Everything we see is filtered through those darkened lenses. How much of what we dread, fear, and run from is really more a figment of imagination than fact? How much of our lives and energy do we spend on avoiding what does not yet exist and perhaps never will?

I am learning not to borrow trouble from the future.

Today's reading is from the book Days of Healing, Days of Joy, Daily Meditations for Adult Children.

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Clever Teen’s Quick Plan Saves 11-Year-Old Girl From Being Kidnapped By Her ‘Dad’s Mate’

While returning from school, one brave schoolgirl showed exemplary behaviour on how to keep others safe from malicious strangers.

Bryan Liquor

NOVEMBER 8, 2021

On her way home from Weatherhead High School, 15-year-old Emma Carlile noticed that something wasn’t right.
Recounting the events to Echo, Emma’s father Rik said it started when she spotted a “creepy looking man” approach a girl who looked around 11-years-old and put his arm around her.

Things got sketchier when the girl hesitated.
The girl was saying ‘No, I don’t remember,’ but he kept going on saying, ‘I’m your dad’s friend, I’ve met you before.’

When the girl tried to get out her cellphone, the man said, “No you don’t need to ring anyone, you know who I am, I’m your dad’s mate.”

Her wits to the rescue
Little did he know, Emma was watching him like a hawk.
“Emma said you could tell that the girl just looked like she had no recollection of him whatsoever which is why she kept an eye on them,” added Rik.

Emma followed the two around the corner, and at that point decided to act.
Shouting the first thing that came to her head, she said, “Hey Bethany! Dad will be home tonight from police training.”
Rik said that the girl was relieved to hear his daughter’s voice.

As soon as the man heard Emma’s shout, the man fled towards the Wallasey Village train station. Police put out a notice for the suspect but didn’t locate him.
After the little girl thanked her for helping, Emma accompanied her home safely and told her parents what happened.
Rik posted the events on Facebook as a warning to all parents. Comments poured in praising his brave, quick-thinking daughter.
‘Well done to your daughter, this is such an amazing thing she’s done you must be so proud,’ posted one.
Another would rather not think about what could have happened if it wasn’t for Emma.
Well done to your daughter. Fab quick thinking. So brave. Scary to think what could have happened.

Rik said that his daughter is very humble even though she’s being showered with praise by thousands of people.
“When I spoke to Emma about it she’s really blasé, and she’s just like, ‘I could see was uncomfortable,'” he said.
“I told her again this morning, you could have saved that girl’s life, you just don’t know.”
Stay safe
From would-be kidnappers to bullies, a child’s trek to and from school can be full of danger. A child’s innocence doesn’t mean that their path always is.
According to a report by, “Attempted abductions happen more often when a child is going to and from school or school-related activities.”
That’s why it takes everyone, like a clever passerby or a brave girl like Emma to keep our kids safe and predators at bay.

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Today's Gift, Daily Inspiration

Most people see the problem of love primarily as that of being loved, rather than that of loving, of one’s capacity to love.

~Erich Fromm

We want others to love us. We search to find love. However, recovery asks that we focus our energies on loving instead of looking for love. We are to work at increasing our capacity to love. Love and loving others help protect us from our addiction.

During our active addiction, we “loved” to drink, do drugs, party, gamble, or casually hook-up with other people. Although we “loved” these behaviors, these are not loving behaviors; these are self-centered behaviors.

We learn in recovery that we need to do the work of love. We see a need, and we work to be of service. We see someone hurting, and we offer an ear to listen. Or maybe we just sit with that person for a time so they know they are not alone. We have looked out for ourselves long enough. Now it is time to give back some of the love the world gave to us, which kept us alive during our addiction.

Prayer for the Day

Higher Power, help me stop looking for love and teach me how to increase my capacity to love. Provide me with opportunities to be of service.

Today's Action

Today I will be of secret service to someone. I will do something for someone and expect nothing in return.

Today's reading is from the book God Grant Me, More Daily Meditations from the Authors of Keep It Simple


Today's Gift, Daily Inspiration

Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it.

~Step Ten of Al-Anon
(AA, NA, any 12 Step Group).

Once we have worked our way to this Step, we can maintain and increase our self-esteem by regularly working Step Ten. This Step incorporates the process we have gone through in Steps Four through Nine. We do not work this Step to punish ourselves or to hold ourselves under a constantly critical and demeaning microscope. We do it to maintain self-esteem and harmony in our relationship with ourselves and others. We do it to stay on track.

When an issue or problem emerges and needs our attention, identify it and openly discuss it with at least one safe person and God. Accept it. Become willing to let go of it. Ask God to take it from us. Have a change of heart by the willingness to make whatever amend is called for—to do what is necessary to take care of ourselves. Take an appropriate action to resolve the matter. Then let go of the guilt and shame.

This is a simple formula for taking care of ourselves. This is how we change. This is how we become changed. This is the process for healing and health. This is the process for achieving self-responsibility and self-esteem.

The next time we do something that bothers us, the next time we feel off track or off course, we don’t have to waste our time or energy feeling ashamed. We can take a Tenth Step. Let the process happen. And move on with our life.

God, help me make this Step and other Steps a habitual way of responding to life and my issues. Help me know that I am free to live, to allow myself to fully experiment with and experience life. If I get off course, or if an issue arises that demands my attention, help me deal with it by using the Tenth Step.

Today's Gift Book
Today's reading is from the book The Language of Letting Go, Daily Meditations on Codependency

The Language of Letting Go by Melody Beattie ©1990, Hazelden Foundation.


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Today's Gift, Daily Inspiration

Being positive

For us to grow and develop spiritually, we need to examine our thoughts and beliefs. Do we look for the good in people, places, and events? Do we shed a positive light on all we come into contact with? To understand and accept is not to limit or control. Acknowledging the truth generates positive energy, positive thoughts, and a positive lifestyle.

Negative thinking produces negative habits. It undermines our morals so that we develop a “what’s the difference” attitude. But a positive faith in a Higher Power, as each of us understands it, gives strength to the body and courage to the soul.

Do I have positive beliefs?

Higher Power, may positive thoughts and beliefs be the guiding forces of my life.

I will cultivate positive beliefs today by…

Today's Gift Book
Today's reading is from the book Day by Day, Daily Meditations for Recovering Addicts


Today's Gift, Daily Inspiration

Feeling Protected

Our task is not a naive one of feeling safe, of living and loving in a utopian world. One woman commented that our task is making ourselves feel safe while learning to live and love in a world that is unsafe.

We do not want to dwell on the dangers, for that gives power to the negative. Neither do we want to ignore them or pretend they don’t exist.

If we were going to sunbathe, we would not be naive about the dangers from the sun. We know that harmful rays can burn. We would take steps to protect ourselves, so that we could enjoy the benefits of the sun. That is our task in recovery.

This is what a woman, a helping professional, told me: Picture a sunscreen surrounding you. Place it around yourself—not too heavy and thick so no light can pe*****te, and not so thin that you are exposed to danger. See yourself protected by a sunscreen that is effective. Make certain that the screen is open to the good. For a while, your screen was too heavy. It held back what you wanted. Now change it to let the good come through.

This is your screen for life and the world. See it. Imagine it surrounding you always. It wraps you in love, in comfort, in protection. No harm can enter. No negative energy can pe*****te the screen.

Go in peace; go in safety; go, now, knowing you are protected. Go anywhere you need to go. The evil has been blocked; the goodwill comes pouring forth. You do not have to work so hard at protecting yourself. You can relax and enjoy life, trusting that you are safe. Go without fear, for you are wrapped in love and protection. And you shall always be.

Today, I will envision myself wrapped in a shield that blocks the negative and harmful rays of the world, but it is constructed so that the good can enter.

Today's Gift Book
Today's reading is from the book The Language of Letting Go, Daily Meditations on Codependency

The Language of Letting Go by Melody Beattie ©1990,


Today's Gift, Daily Inspiration

I can identify with anybody—a feeling is a feeling.


Feelings are no respecters of age, gender, marital status, wealth, position in the community, intelligence, or any other standard we use to gauge and categorize other people. A teenage boy knows what an older woman means when she says, “I was scared to death, but I didn’t know what I was scared of.” My heart melted; my stomach turned over; my skin crawled; a feeling of dread spread through me; my heart was thumping—we are all familiar with feelings, though we may not always know at any particular moment what caused them.

No matter who we are or what we’ve done, we can identify with each other. We are God’s creation, and we were made alike in love. We created our own fear, but we can return—anytime we want to—to God’s love, the great equalizer.

I will say today, “I know how you feel,” and mean it.

Today's reading is from the book In God's Care, Daily Meditations on Spirituality in Recovery

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