March 23, 2005

Trying to Pray is Praying

"As the doubter tries the process of prayer,he should begin to add up the results.If he persists, he will surely find more serenity,more tolerance, less fear, and less anger.He will acquire a quiet courage,the kind that isn't tension-ridden.He can look at 'failure' and 'success'for what these really are.Problems and calamity will begin to mean his instruction,instead of his destruction.Wonderful and unaccountable things will start to happen."

Bill W., Box 1980: The AA Grapevine, June 1958 As Bill Sees It, p. 321

Thought to Consider . . .

Trying to pray is praying.

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