Endigar 792

From Courage to Change of February 29;

I am told that the automatic pilot in an airplane does not work by locking onto a course and sticking to it. Instead, it steers back and forth over the path of an assigned course and makes the necessary corrections when it sense that it has started.

In reality, the auto pilot is on course only 5 to 10 percent of the time. The 90 or 95 percent of the time it is off course and correcting for its deviation.

I, too, must make continuous adjustments. I am much more willing  to do so today because I have stopped  expecting myself to be perfectly on course. I am bound to make plenty of mistakes, but with the help of the Al-Anon program, I am learning to accept mistakes as an inevitable part of the adventure of living.

Today’s Reminder

I can learn to steer the course my Higher Power sets by relying on a process of trial and error that includes  a willingness to continually make adjustments.

“A person who makes no mistakes usually does not make anything.” ~ Alcoholism, the Family Disease

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My paraphrase of the famous Star Trek into:

FEAR;  my Final Frontier. These are the voyages of the mindship Endigar. Its continuing mission: to explore strange new worlds of thought, to seek out a new life and new networks of advancement, to boldly go where no Me has gone before.

Cue the epic music and move forward with the day…

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