A Day at a Time
Monday, Oct. 6, 2014
Reflection for the Day
As we “keep coming back” to meetings, we’re able to recognize those people who have an abundance of serenity. We are drawn to such people. To our surprise, we sometimes find that those who seem most grateful for today’s blessings are the very ones who have the most serious and continuing problems at home or at work. Yet they have the courage to turn away from such problems, actively seeking to learn and help others in The Program. How have they gotten this serenity? It must be because they depend less on themselves and their own limited resources – and more on a Power greater than themselves in whom they have confidence.
Am I acquiring the gift of serenity? Have my actions begun to reflect my inner faith?
Today I Pray
May I never cease to be awed by the serenity I see in others in my group – a serenity which manifests their comfortable surrender to a Higher Power. May I learn from them that peace of mind is possible even in the thick of trouble. May I, too, learn that I need to pull back from my problems now and then and draw upon the God-provided pool of serenity within myself.
Today I Will Remember
Serenity is surrender to God’s plan.