“We finally saw
that the inventory
should be ours,
not the other man’s.
So we admitted
our wrongs honestly
and became willing
to set these matters straight.”
As Bill Sees It, p 222
The good drunk is always ready
to blame all of his problems on someone else.
The could haves, should haves and would haves
were the litany of the chronic sufferer.
Honesty became a new by-word
and for many it took more than one try
to become completely honest.
As daunting as honesty may seem,
for the truly recovered,
it has been the doorway to freedom.
Recovery is one day at a time.
Sobriety is a blessing from our Higher Power.
ME and the Boss
And, if no one has told you yet today,
God loves you and so do we.