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MAKING LAWS FOR OURSELVES

Attaining Freedom  Being human means that we’re subject to all the laws and limitations that apply to human beings.  We should not,  however,  put more limitations on ourselves than might be required by our situation.

Recovering people should be able to do anything within their capabilities.  It’s usually a mistake to think that our problem means forfeiture or opportunities.  One person,  for example,  often told his friends that he could not return to his former profession in sales because “nobody wants to hire an alcoholic salesman.”

But it is not written anywhere that firms will not gladly welcome a capable sales associate who is recovering.  Many alcoholics do return to their former employment upon recovery.  Our friend was simply making a law for himself by believing he was blocked from his field.

Let’s always remember that recovery is freedom,  not bondage.  And let’s see ourselves doing anything that’s reasonable and proper for others.

Having rejoined the human race,  I’ll enthusiastically accept the advantages and opportunities others have.

TODAY

I MOVE TOWARD GREATER

FREEDOM BY LOOKING WITH

GREATER UNDERSTANDING

ON MY FEARS.

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

Alcoholics Anonymous Reading

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6 comments on “Alcoholics Anonymous Reading
  1. jack says:

    Screw all you guys man

  2. Pam says:

    AA is grea in helping people overcome addiction. Plus its essentially free!

  3. Betty says:

    It works for me. If your worth it work it!

  4. pinco says:

    AA is a cult bro!

  5. Emily says:

    hey brotha thnaks for ur inspiring vids, always stimulating for trying out new raw things..I would like to ask something as you are an expert in this field, and that is, how to gain weight (muscle mass) staying on the raw foods. I got into the scene mainly because of detoxifying from all the alchohol and smoking and drugs almost all my youth (i’m 27 now), and it’s a year and a half now that i’m detoxifying.. i went into the total opposite extreme and i’m a completely different person now..->

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