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Step One Study and Understanding
By bwalkertn
9/5/2012 9:05:00 PM
I can't seem to grasp what is being asked on page 4 - "How can a little child be of infinite worth and still be nothing when compared to his or her parents?". Any ideas would be helpful.

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Maybe...    
"The child is of infinite worth even though, in comparison, he is nothing compared to the parents stature. He is small, weak, and dependent compared to his/her hulking giant of a parent.

Just a long-shot guess. Great ?"
posted at 12:51:03 on September 6, 2012 by Anonymous
Step 2 - Thoughts on the gift of divine strength    
"It's the end of week 2 and since i'm a task driven person I feel behind since I did not complete all the questions at the end of step 2. There are still fewer days of clarity compared to chaos.

I need a sponsor or someone I can talk to. I'm getting ready to head out of town for a conference and I feel unprepared. Out of trips are my down fall. Anyone interested?"
posted at 19:50:48 on September 16, 2012 by bwalkertn
Send me an email    
"Email me and I will give you my cell.

justjohnh@gmail.com

Make a plan that has more good options than you will have time to do. Be very detailed about boundaries you won’t cross. That has helped me make it through out of town trips. They can be scary. Early in my recovery I told one boss what I was dealing with and that I couldn’t go on a trip that I had been selected for.

Love
John"
posted at 16:50:42 on September 17, 2012 by justjohn


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