Daily Reflection Podcast

#201 Repairing the Damage (Sept. 13th) -Suzanne A. (Sharpsville, PA)

September 12, 2021 Michael L. & Lee M. Season 2 Episode 201
Daily Reflection Podcast
#201 Repairing the Damage (Sept. 13th) -Suzanne A. (Sharpsville, PA)
Show Notes

Tune in as Suzanne shares from the heart about her experience around today's Daily Reflection, Repairing the Damage,  and struggles she's facing in her life.  


Good judgment, a careful sense of timing, courage and prudence – these are the qualities we shall need when we take Step Nine.


To make amends can be viewed two ways: first, that of repairing damage, for if I have damaged my neighbor's fence, I "make a mend," and that is a direct amend; the second way is by modifying my behavior, for if my actions have harmed someone, I make a daily effort to cause no further harm. I "mend my ways," and that is an indirect amend. Which is the best approach? The only right approach, provided that I am causing no further harm in so doing, is to do both. If harm is done, then I simply "mend my ways." To take action in this manner assures me of making honest amends.

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