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|04-22-2012, 07:07 AM||#1 (permalink)|
JUST DO IT!!
Join Date: Apr 2005
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Just For Today April 22 - Traveling The Open Road
Just For Today
April 22, 2012
Traveling The Open Road
At first, just not using was tough enough. Yet, as we watched other addicts working the steps and applying those principles in their lives, we began to see that recovery was more than just not using. The lives of our NA friends had changed. They had a relationship with the God of their understanding. They were responsible members of the fellowship and of society. They had a reason to live. We began to believe these things were possible for us, too.
As we continue our recovery journey, we can get sidetracked by complacency, intolerance, or dishonesty. When we do, we need to recognize the signs quickly and get back on our path — the open road to freedom and growth.
Just for today: I am continuing to develop my spiritual, social, and general living skills by applying the principles of my program. I can travel as far as I wish on the open road of recovery.
With Love and Respect
With God and A Little Luck We won't have to use today
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