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Friend of Bill W. 12h
In fact, I have been trying to produce some such emotional rearrangement within you. With many individuals the methods which I employed are successful, but I have never been successful with an of your description.”
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Heather Rachel 16h
Some light reading from the library- 700 plus pages and 3 weeks to do it in! Better get moving!!
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Recoveries Anonymous 16h
The spiritual life is not a theory. You have to live it. (Original Multilith manuscript p38)
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Lisa Boucher 38m
What she said about “Raising The Bottom
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Big Book Daily Sep 13
Reminding ourselves that we have decided to go to any lengths to find a spiritual experience, we ask that we be given strength and direction to do the right thing, no matter what the personal consequences may be.
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Recoveries Anonymous Sep 12
"'How can I best serve Thee -- Thy will (not mine) be done.' These are thoughts which must go with you constantly." (Original Multilith manuscript p39)
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Big Book Daily Sep 10
If we still cling to something we will not let go, we ask to help us be willing.
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Jocelyn Grant Sep 6
- We rewrite the 3rd step in our own own words so that it resonates within our .
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Recoveries Anonymous Sep 14
"At the moment you are trying to put your own life in order. But this is not an end in itself. Your real purpose is to fit yourself to be of maximum service to God and the people about you." (Original Multilith manuscript p35)
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Recoveries Anonymous Sep 11
There is scarcely any form of trouble and misery which has not been overcome among us. p15
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Recoveries Anonymous Sep 10
It works -- it really does. Try it. (Original Multilith manuscript p40)
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Cocaine Anonymous South Africa Sep 14
Get ready for our 5th Cocaine Anonymous South Africa 🇿🇦 Convention, chat to your GSR for more info, or check out our website
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Friend of Bill W. Sep 7
(2/2) He wished above all things to regain self-control. He seemed quite rational and well-balanced with respect to other problems. Yet he had no control whatever over . Why was this?
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Recoveries Anonymous Sep 10
If you want what we have & are willing to go to any length to get it--then you are ready to follow directions (Original manuscript 26)
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Friend of Bill W. Sep 6
His physical and mental condition were unusually good. Above all, he believed he had acquired such a profound knowledge of the inner workings of his mind and its hidden springs that relapse was unthinkable.
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Friend of Bill W. Sep 10
(2/2) “You have the mind of a chronic alcoholic. I have never seen one single case recover, where that state of mind existed to the extent that it does in you.”
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Chimyere Prema ☕️ Sep 6
Remember how it felt every night when was laying out the evidence for two years leading up to the Mueller Report? Yeah, me too. Now multiply by 💯 and that's what hearing this interview was like. Gawd awful and compelling.
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CrystalwolfLady Sep 6
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Living Elysian Sep 11
As we go through the day we pause, when agitated or doubtful, and ask for the right thought or action...humbly saying to ourselves many times each day “Thy will be done.” – AA 87-88. Read more:
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Anushta Sivananthan Sep 13
And so the countdown begins to our event and our launch ....
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