“The prideful righteousness
of “good people” may often
be just as destructive as
the glaring sins of those
who are supposedly
not so good.”
As Bill Sees It p 107
A swelled head can only block the view
of those coming into the rooms behind us.
Humility and gratitude will keep us sober.
Be yourself, everyone else has already been taken.
Today, be good, but not so good that
“prideful righteousness” will distort the reality
that you may see in yourself or others.
Recovery is to avoid prideful righteousness.
Sobriety is a blessing from a Higher Power.
ME and the Boss