The Eye Opener
Monday, Dec. 19, 2016
It is very difficult for an alcoholic to remain sober in continued idleness, and this lesson has been learned the hard way by too many who have tried it.
It is also possible to overwork to the point where we think we need a stimulant to keep going.
There is a big difference between resting time and idle time. Rest is necessary, but that does not imply that resting time is idle time. A hobby, as an illustration, may be restful and yet be strenuous. Some of us have been so exhausted from our daily work that attendance at AA meetings was dreaded, yet we forced ourselves to go and the diversion caused us to leave the meeting rested and refreshed.