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Birthday at Home

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Recently, I had the privilege of celebrating both my twentieth OA birthday and the twentieth birthday of my OA home group. I met OA for the first time at this group’s very first meeting. For this event, we asked our intergroup to invite other OA groups to join and celebrate our journey toward recovery. We had more than double our usual number of participants at that meeting: sixteen people from all over the country. What a feeling of unity, support, and fellowship! I was asked to speak about my years in OA. I spoke of being blessed with finding OA

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