Trust Me


Most certainly,

we should assess

the capacity for

harm as well as

the capacity for

good in every person

that we would trust.”


As Bill Sees It p 144


As a drunk we trusted anyone

who didn’t complain about our drinking habits.

In recovery, we have to learn how to trust

only those who are trustworthy.

Those who work the Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous

will be rewarded by promises that will teach one how to trust.

“We will intuitively know how to handle situations

which used to baffle us.”

Today, go to a meeting, don’t drink and help another alcoholic.

Recovery is becoming a better judge of character.

Sobriety is a blessing from a Higher Power.


ME and the Boss






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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