Happy, Joyous, and Free

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“But why shouldn’t we laugh?

We have recovered,

and have been given

the power to help others.

. . . We are sure God wants us

to be happy, joyous, and free.”

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BB,   p. 132 & 133

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As a drunk I laughed at racial, ethnic, sexist,

and regional ( read Bubba) jokes because I was trying

to put others down so I could get my self-esteem

up out of the gutter.

Today I laugh at me because the program of A. A.

has given me the ability to be honest about how

many bad mistakes I made while drinking.

Sad but true and enough to make a grown person cry

however, I have cried enough and sobriety has taught me

how to get over it and to laugh at the past.

Today, laugh with someone,  not at someone.

Recovery is one day at a time.

Sobriety is a blessing from our Higher Power.

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ME and the Boss

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And, if no one has told you yet today,

God loves you and so do we.

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About michael_e

Retired in Florida, God's waiting room. Jack of all trades master of none...when I stop learning you can feed me to the fishes. Becoming a curmudgeon and learning to love it. View all posts by michael_e

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