I didn’t drink everyday, but because of how I drank, I will never forget the morning after one of my drinking sprees. In that light, I can honestly say my worse day sober will always be better than my best day hung over.
That may sound like a bold statement if you consider that something bad could happen in my sobriety, but I can’t imagine how drinking would make anything better.
Besides the hang overs, the days filled with fears and insecurities always prevented me from finding peace of mind and happiness, and I have both of those things today.
That’s why I believe that even the morning after some tragic circumstance, remaining sober could well be the only thing to give me hope of better days to come.