| MARCH 19th |
|PRAYER: IT WORKS|
|It has been well said that “almost the only scoffers at prayer are those who never tried it enough.”|
|TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, p. 97|
|Having grown up in an agnostic household, I felt somewhat foolish when I first tried praying. I knew there was a Higher Power working in my life—how else was I staying sober?—but I certainly wasn’t convinced he/she/it wanted to hear my prayers. People who had what I wanted said prayer was an important part of practicing the program, so I persevered. With a commitment to daily prayer, I was amazed to find myself becoming more serene and comfortable with my place in the world. In other words, life became easier and less of a struggle. I’m still not sure who, or what, listens to my prayers, but I’d never stop saying them for the simple reason that they work.|
| From the book Daily Reflections|
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