Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood has shared advice for recovering addicts who are self-isolating during the coronavirus crisis.
Ronnie Wood took to Twitter yesterday to share his personal advice for recovering addicts who may be self-isolating.
Sharing an excerpt from a book called Keep It Simple: Daily Meditations for Twelve-Step Beginnings and Renewal, Wood said:
In the video, Wood holds up the book Keep It Simple: Daily Meditations for Twelve-Step Beginnings and Renewal, which he calls “one of my books that help me get through every day” and proceeds to read a passage from.
— Ronnie Wood (@ronniewood) March 24, 2020
“I will share my hope for the future with myself, my higher power, and my friends,” Wood read. “I will also share this with someone who has lost hope. Now, if anything, we have tended to be people who have wanted it all now. To hope is not to demand.
About the new upcoming album of the Rolling Stones ,he told The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre column: ”The new album is like a puzzle, we still have to put the missing pieces together. We hope to release it in 2020 and then continue our world tour, the album will be ”very diverse”.
“Maybe we were a bit demanding. Maybe we were a bit impatient. Maybe that’s why we had such little hope. Hope is believing good will come, even in bad times; hope is knowing that ‘this too shall pass.’
“Hope is knowing that no matter how afraid we are, our higher power will be with us. Hope is knowing we never have to be alone again. It is knowing that time is on our side. Hope is giving up control. Hope is knowing we never had control in the first place. I hope this helps you get through another day.”
Recently he told MOJO magazine: ”[Work on the album is] ongoing. Taking on shape.
”Many different flavours. Very diverse.
”It’s going to be great. Once we’ve decided what tracks we’re gonna use.”
In January, Keith admitted the recording process for the record was ”very boring”.
He said: ”Sometimes it’s not as much writing as listening to what’s been written and figuring it out, and honing and all kinds of stuff.
”It’s very boring. It’s like a carpentry shop.”
Ronnie Wood thinks the Rolling Stones are ”invincible” because they’ve overcome so many health issues.
He told The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre column: ”After 50 years of chain smoking, my life was hanging by a thread, but I survived.