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At last night’s meeting, my group read the April 17 entry in For Today (p. 108). Writing on the topic of “love in action” convinced me to be more questioning and honest about working the Twelve Steps. My main takeaway was the idea that love is expressed in actions. Words of love, in and of themselves, are insufficient. I have found this to be true in life as well as in program. I can say I turn my will and my life over to my Higher Power all I want, but until I actually do, it avails me nothing. I

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