Write a Meditation

The new ACA Oregon Webpage now has a Meditation Page. You can write a meditation and have it posted anonymously on our webpage or follow the directions to write a meditation for the up and coming ACA Meditation Book. All details are on the ACA Oregon web page.

The ACA World Service Organization suggests entries of between 150 and 200 words. You can go a bit longer if submitting for the ACA Oregon webpage, up to 300 words.

To submit a meditation for ACA Oregon, follow the guidelines on our webpage and send your creative effort to acaoregon@gmail.com. Submissions will be edited for spelling and adherence to the ACA traditions.

Anyone can share from a newcomer describing what brings them to ACA to someone who has been in the program for several years. The goal here is to provide a forum for people to help other people get through the day.

Although the web link is called Today’s Meditation, it likely will be a weekly meditation unless we are deluged with submissions.

Like the new webpage? Tell a friend to check it out or announce it in meetings.

 

2 thoughts on “Write a Meditation

  1. Is there an ACA app for smartphones in the works like the AA ones out there? It would be great to have the BRB and Strengthening my Recovery on my phone.

    • David, thank you so much for this request! I have actually been researching how to if this exact thing as a daily or weekly email reminder. Could you tell me the name(s) of the AA apps so that I could gain information about the process? Most specifically, I am looking into the legal issues surrounding providing quotes/full text of a copyrighted publication that is available for purchase. If anyone has any other ideas, feel free to comment here. So far, I have been looking into Mail Chimp for people to sign up on an email list. I am in the research phase, and could use any suggestions!

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