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December 20, 2011


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Yay! A few weeks ago I started implementing this prayer into my daily routine. I love it! And I too especially like the same line you do regarding "do it anyway!". Thank you for sharing this with all of us and thank you for Everything you do!! ;)

Debbie G

I've never seen that before, but it was exactly what I needed to read today. Thanks so much for posting.


This prayer is really the key to recovery. We can not beat addiction on our own. Only by turning our lives over to a higher power can we have freedom. thank you for posting this version that says it so clearly!


I've loved this ever since I read it about a year ago in Dr Bob & the Good Old Timers. Thanks!


I have the book Dr. Bob and the Good Old Timers...I don't remember this prayer, but then, when I ewas reading it I wasn't anywhere near ready for step 3. Thank you for this; I'm going to go look for that now!~

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