Twenty Four Hours a Day is composed of short meditation information for each day of the year, including prayers and reflections.

Originally published in 1948, Twenty Four Hours a Day became the most popular meditation book used in the earlier years of A.A, and remains a favorite among many today.

As a solid resource for the 11th Step, it’s long been considered permissible to read from this book during A.A. meetings for the basis of discussion.

While an excellent resource for newcomers, anyone recovering using a 12 step program will find Twenty Hours a Day helpful, and many have made a daily reading of this insightful book a practice for many years.