It is easy to let up on the spiritual program of action and rest on our laurels. We are headed for trouble if we do, for alcohol is a subtle. foe. ~ ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, P. 85
When I am in pain it is easy to stay close to the friends I have found in the program. Relief from that pain is found in the solutions contained in A.A.’s Twelve Steps. But when I am feeling good and things are going well, I can become complacent. to put it simply, I become complacent and turn into the problem instead of the solution. I need to get into action, to take stock: where am I and where am I going? A daily inventory will tell me what I must change to regain spiritual balance. Admitting what I find within myself, to God and to another human being, keeps me honest and humble.