Do you find yourself spending too much time worrying? Do you fear the future or resent the past? How can you take care of yourself by living “One Day at a Time”?
How do we understand this slogan as a tool for caring for ourselves? What does “one day at a time” mean? We find that it has several faces. It can mean living in the moment, not missing, and enjoying what is happening now. It can mean putting aside worrying about tomorrow and resenting yesterday. We can also use it when we are in a difficult situation, reminding ourselves that we can make it through today, or this hour, or maybe this minute, even if we cannot envision living with it “forever.”
Our topic for next week is Step 8, Made a list of all persons we had harmed, and became willing to make amends to them all. Please call us at 734-707-8795 or email email@example.com with your questions or experience, strength and hope. Or just leave a comment right here.
Music from the show
Joe Walsh: One Day at a Time
Grateful Dead: Ramble On Rose
Willie Nelson: One Day at a Time
Stuff we talked about
Swetha mentioned episode 29 on progress not perfection.
Stacy pointed us at Recovery Radio Network, which posts a new speaker talk every day!
Barbara wrote about this video, Fidelity by Regina Spektor