Daily Reflection Podcast

#160 The Heart of True Sobriety (July 2) - Booboo G. (San Pedro, CA)

July 01, 2021 Michael L. & Lee M. Season 2 Episode 160
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#160 The Heart of True Sobriety (July 2) - Booboo G. (San Pedro, CA)
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Daily Reflection Podcast
#160 The Heart of True Sobriety (July 2) - Booboo G. (San Pedro, CA)
Jul 01, 2021 Season 2 Episode 160
Michael L. & Lee M.

Booboo G. from San Pedro, CA shares on the concept of the Heart of True Sobriety.

THE HEART OF TRUE SOBRIETY

We find that no one need have difficulty with the spirituality of the program. Willingness, honesty and open-mindedness are the essentials of recovery. But these are indispensable.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 570

Am I honest enough to accept myself as I am and let this be the "me" that I let others see? Do I have the willingness to go to any length, to do whatever is necessary to stay sober? Do I have the open-mindedness to hear what I have to hear, to think what I have to think, and to feel what I have to feel? If my answer to these questions is "Yes," I know enough about the spirituality of the program to stay sober. As I continue to work the Twelve Steps, I move on to the heart of true sobriety: serenity with myself, with others, and with God as I understand Him.

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Show Notes

Booboo G. from San Pedro, CA shares on the concept of the Heart of True Sobriety.

THE HEART OF TRUE SOBRIETY

We find that no one need have difficulty with the spirituality of the program. Willingness, honesty and open-mindedness are the essentials of recovery. But these are indispensable.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 570

Am I honest enough to accept myself as I am and let this be the "me" that I let others see? Do I have the willingness to go to any length, to do whatever is necessary to stay sober? Do I have the open-mindedness to hear what I have to hear, to think what I have to think, and to feel what I have to feel? If my answer to these questions is "Yes," I know enough about the spirituality of the program to stay sober. As I continue to work the Twelve Steps, I move on to the heart of true sobriety: serenity with myself, with others, and with God as I understand Him.

Need the Daily Reflection Book?

Visit our web site

Read about Recovery on our Blog

Visit our Facebook Group

Follow us on Twitter

Support the Podcast:

- On Patreon: https://patreon.com/dailyreflection

- On PayPal: https://paypal.me/dailyreflection

If you’re struggling with alcohol or addiction, or wondering how to stop drinking it’s helpful to know that there’s a solution that has worked for millions of people. The Daily Reflection Podcast provides hope, and inspiration through the shared experiences of people that have found a way out.