Category Archives: The Golden Rule

Sacred Breath

Daily Reading – January 5, 2014

This day I will concentrate on the inner meaning of the Commandment, “Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.”  I will accept myself, for that is the primary condition under which the good in me can grow.  Unless I am

Sacred Breath

Daily Reading – January 5, 2014

This day I will concentrate on the inner meaning of the Commandment, “Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.”  I will accept myself, for that is the primary condition under which the good in me can grow.  Unless I am

Daily Reading – April 23, 2013

Among the many weapons we use to castigate…people we disapprove of is sarcasm.  True, it relives our pent-up feelings, and if our remarks are really pointed, gives us a certain satisfaction. Repugnant as it is in itself, sarcasm becomes even

Daily Reading – April 23, 2013

Among the many weapons we use to castigate…people we disapprove of is sarcasm.  True, it relives our pent-up feelings, and if our remarks are really pointed, gives us a certain satisfaction. Repugnant as it is in itself, sarcasm becomes even

Daily Reading – April 23, 2012

Among the many weapons we use to castigate the alcoholic – or other people we disapprove of- is sarcasm.  True, it relives our pent-up feelings, and if our remarks are really pointed, gives us a certain satisfaction. Repugnant as it

Daily Reading – April 23, 2012

Among the many weapons we use to castigate the alcoholic – or other people we disapprove of- is sarcasm.  True, it relives our pent-up feelings, and if our remarks are really pointed, gives us a certain satisfaction. Repugnant as it

Daily Recovery Reading – June 8, 2011

What first brought me to Al-Anon? The promise of relief from an intolerable burden.  I came, in other words, to get something, just as we all do.  By and by I found that “getting” depends largely on my willingness to

Daily Recovery Reading – June 8, 2011

What first brought me to Al-Anon? The promise of relief from an intolerable burden.  I came, in other words, to get something, just as we all do.  By and by I found that “getting” depends largely on my willingness to

Daily Reading – April 23, 2011

Among the many weapons we use to castigate…people we disapprove of is sarcasm.  True, it relives our pent-up feelings, and if our remarks are really pointed, gives us a certain satisfaction. Repugnant as it is in itself, sarcasm becomes even

Daily Reading – April 23, 2011

Among the many weapons we use to castigate…people we disapprove of is sarcasm.  True, it relives our pent-up feelings, and if our remarks are really pointed, gives us a certain satisfaction. Repugnant as it is in itself, sarcasm becomes even