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This best-selling meditation book for those in recovery offers daily thoughts, meditations, and prayers for living a clean and sober life. Since 1954, Twenty-Four Hours a Day has become a stable force in the recovery of many alcoholics throughout the world. With over six and a half million copies in print (the original text has been revised), this "little black book" offers daily thoughts, meditations, and prayers for living a clean and sober life. A spiritual resource with practical applications to fit our daily lives."For yesterday is but a dream, and tomorrow is only a vision" is part of the Sanskrit proverb quoted at the beginning of the book which has become one of the basic building blocks for a life of sobriety. In addition to a thought, meditation and prayer for each day of the year, this handy, pocket-sized volume also contains the Serenity Prayer and the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous. It is a simple, yet effective way to help us relate the Twelve Steps to everyday life and helps us find the power not to take that first drink each day.
A beautiful adaptation of the best-selling meditation book, Twenty-Four Hours a Day, just for teens. Twenty-Four Hours a Day for Teens was created to help young people navigate the peaks and valleys of developing an active spiritual life in recovery. As an abridged and revised version of the classic Twenty-Four Hours a Day, this volume reflects the time-honored wisdom that has helped millions of recovering people around the world in their program of living one day at a time.
Offers brief prayers and meditations for each day of the year and directs each message to those recovering from addictive problems
You have to live on twenty-four hours of daily time. Out of it you have to spin health, pleasure, money, content, respect, and the evolution of your immortal soul. Its right use, its most effective use, is a matter of the highest urgency and of the most thrilling actuality. All depends on that. Your happiness – the elusive prize that you are all clutching for, my friends! – depends on that. Which of us lives on twenty-four hours a day? And when I say "lives," I do not mean exists, nor "muddles through." Which of us is not saying to himself – which of us has not been saying to himself all his life: "I shall alter that when I have a little more time"? We never shall have more time. We have, and we have always had, all the time there is. It is the realization of this profound and neglected truth (which, by the way, I have not discovered) that has led me to the minute practical examination of daily time-expenditure.
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1910. Contents: daily miracle; desire to exceed one's program; precautions before beginning; cause of the trouble; tennis and the immortal soul; remember human nature; controlling the mind; reflective mood; interest in the arts; nothing in life is humdrum; serious reading; dangers to avoid.