This is a tiny hard back, maybe 3"x 6"x 3/4". It has 364 days, one on each page, of thoughts, meditations, and prayers, for the day. On most days the thought takes up half the page, the meditation is most of the rest with a two sentence prayer.
The 'thought' is how A.A. works and asking how involved the reader is, how far they have come. The 'meditation' is usually on God and spiritual in nature. The 'prayer' is usually for some strength. An example "I pray that I may open myself to the power of God's spirit. I pray that my relationship to others may be improved by this spirit.".
The ending pages have the 12 steps and 12 traditions of A.A. and then the serenity prayer.
This book was helpful to my Grandfather in staying sober 26 years.
This really helped me through my husband's alcohol addiction.
My husband's book. He says it's a great little reminder book
This wonderful book has plaaayed a part in my recovery, since 1988. It is spiiritual, in every aspect, and quite honestly, when the recovery program aandonded it for a publication odf its own I questioned that decision. The daily readings in this book have a tendency to point out, very clearly, the necessity for continuous change.
Came with a box of books It is a AA meditation book from what it says