I am a member of OA who is successfully working the program, and I am an atheist, or maybe an agnostic, but I’m not concerned with the label. I consider myself a spiritual person, but I do not have a Higher Power to whom I pray. I have been in OA for twenty-eight years. My current abstinence is six years. I am maintaining a 50-pound (23-kg) weight loss. I practice all the Tools. I attend several meetings a week. I sponsor and am sponsored. When I first came to OA, I had a Higher Power whom I prayed to and

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