To Dan 65 and both of his "truth" discussions is this: AA thought for the day. Continuing our thoughts about the rewards that have come to us as a result of our new way of living, we have found that we have got rid of many of our fears, resentments, inferiority complexes, negative points if view, self-centerdness, criticism of others, over-sensitiveness, inner conflicts, the habits of procrastination, undisciplined sex, wasting money, boredom, false perfectionism, jealousy, and envy of others. We are glad to be rid of our drinking, and we are also very glad to be rid of these other things. We can now go forward in the new way of life, as shown us by AA. Am I ready to go forward in the new life? Yes. I am. AA gave me this, and that is my truth. And I will be forever grateful..and I will continue to share my sobriety with others through the AA way of thinking to keep myself sober.
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