It may be those who do most, dream most.---Stephen Leacock
Today I am grateful…
- for after the meeting meeting at a local eatery and laughing until we cried
- that yesterday I noticed how clear my body feels these days. Walking has taken on a new posture.
- that daily I tell a minimum of one person I love them, and get at least one I love you from another
- for boundaries that have been released and healthy ones that have been built
- that I no longer crave or desire alcohol. A neutral position, like it says in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous, has taken over. Contingent on my spiritual condition, of course.
Daydreaming gives us hope. It makes our world bigger. Daydreaming can be part of doing Step Eleven. As we meditate, we daydream. Through our daydreaming, we get to know ourselves, our spirit, and our Higher Power. What special work can we do? Our dreams can tell us.
There is time to work and time to dream. Daydreaming helps us find the work our Higher Power wants us to do. ~Keep It Simple