A crust eaten in peace …

As opportunity presents itself, whose agenda am I pursuing?  When I invest myself and my time, who's kingdom benefits? Aesop -- a Grecian wise man lived 620-564 BC, wrote: "A crust eaten in peace is better than a banquet partaken in anxiety." Aesop may have borrowed from Solomon, who lived earlier (970 to 931 BC) and gave this proverb: "Better … Continue reading A crust eaten in peace …

On what to do with life?

I was recently asked (rhetorically I suppose) the following question by a massively hungover alcoholic who's illness has been progressing for many years... "What is there left for me? What should I do with the rest of my life? I've wasted so much of it..." Amazingly, I was able to keep silent. This is THE … Continue reading On what to do with life?

Fellowship with non-addicts

As alcoholics and addicts we have a duty to the Body of Christ -- and this is that we not become stumbling blocks to others in our fellowship. We need to be careful of our behavior first (to remain sober always, if possible) but also to be sensitive to when and with whom we fraternize. … Continue reading Fellowship with non-addicts