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A Different River
An AA describes how he keeps his mind open to stay sober in an ever-changing life
As stated in our Big Book in Appendix II, open‐mindedness is one of the essentials of recovery.
When I got to Step Three, it was explained to me that it would be necessary for me to trust in something higher and wiser than myself, something personal to me.
I started out with a faith in a new group of friends. And that grew into a love of a grand fellowship and then into the faith in a God of my understanding and finally, a trust in a Higher Power. The last of which is beyond what words could describe.
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