Feeling inspired and connected every day helps to keep your recovery growing strong. The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation makes a daily commitment to your recovery from addiction too, with free resources such as our Thought for the Day meditation email messages. Thought for the Day In 1954, Hazelden published Twenty-Four Hours a Day, a little book written by a man who simply wanted to help other alcoholics. The book offered a daily reading, meditation and prayer—and launched one of today's most beloved addiction recovery tools: The daily meditation book. Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's Thought for the Day shares a daily excerpt from one of our six most popular daily meditation books: Twenty-Four Hours a Day Today’s Gift: Daily Meditations for Families The Language of Letting Go Each Day a New Beginning: Daily Meditations for Women Touchstones Food For Thought: Daily Meditations for Overeaters Read our Thought for the Day meditations, and sign-up to receive the email version.