Twenty-Four Hours a Day
Sunday, Sept. 6, 2015
AA Thought for the Day
Another of the mottoes of AA is, “Live and Let Live.” This, of course, means tolerance of people who think differently than we do, whether they are in AA or outside of AA. We cannot afford the luxury of being intolerant or critical of other people. We do not try to impose our wills on those who differ from us. We are not “holier than thou.” We do not have all the answers. We are not better than other good people. We live the best way we can and we allow others to do likewise.
Am I willing to live and let live?
Meditation for the Day
“And this is life eternal, that we may know Thee, the only true God.” Learning to know God as best you can draws the eternal life nearer to you. Freed from some of the limitations of humanity, you can grow in the things that are eternal. You can strive for what is real and of eternal value. The more you try to live in the consciousness of the unseen world, the gentler will be your passing into it when the time comes for you to go. This life on earth should be largely a preparation for the eternal life to come.
Prayer for the Day
I pray that I may live each day as though it were my last. I pray that I may live my life as though it were everlasting.