The Problem With The Center Of The Universe Is That It’s So Darned Crowded

Many shifts occur when people finally get it and enter the program. Obviously the first major shift was the giving up of our drug of choice. As a result, our lives began to dramatically improve. We started to pay better attention to our health and our doctors were very pleased with the results they were seeing. Our work environment became much more pleasant. Suddenly we were getting along much better with our co-workers. Our home life was on a much more even keel. Many of these changes rapidly occurred once we gave up drugs, alcohol, food or any other substance of choice.
A different series of changes took place over a longer period of time. We began to learn about emotional sobriety. This caused a major shift in both our thinking and actions. In the past the focus had always been on ourselves. We really did believe that we were the center of the universe. We constantly clashed with others who had the same belief system. With sobriety we began to move away from a life of self centeredness to a life of service. The further away we were from being in the center the better our life became.

Personal Reflection: How far away from the center am I?

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3 thoughts on “The Problem With The Center Of The Universe Is That It’s So Darned Crowded

  1. Haha. I’ve never heard it put like that. I’ve heard the question, “Is it lonely at the center of the universe?” but never the crossed part. That’s really clever and speaks to the issue that everyone feels that way about themselves. Really enjoyed this post, it’s like catching a quick meeting in the middle of my day.

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