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💬Recovery January 31 Daily Reading

Last updated on January 31st, 2018 at 12:18 pm

Just for Today

January 31


“Just for today I will have faith in someone in NA who believes in me and wants to help me in my recovery.”

Sixth Edition Basic Text, p. 93

Learning to trust is a risky proposition.  Our past experience as using addicts has taught us that our companions could not be trusted.  Most of all, we couldn’t trust ourselves.

Now that we’re in recovery, trust is essential.  We need something to hang onto, believe in, and give us hope in our recovery.  For some of us, the first thing we can trust is the words of other members sharing in meetings; we feel the truth in their words.

Finding someone we can trust makes it easier to ask for help.  And as we grow to trust in their recovery, we learn to trust our own.

Just for Today:  I will decide to trust someone.  I will act on that trust.

Just for Today, p. 31.

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