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Woven More Beautifully

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The Voices of Recovery passage on “Weaving the Fabric of Our Lives” (p. 8), which is also the title of chapter thirteen of Beyond Our Wildest Dreams, resonates with me because the image of weaving fabric represents my recovery journey. By using the Steps to guide my work and behavior, attending OA meetings, finding a sponsor, reading OA literature, setting aside time for spiritual practice, and doing service aligned with the Twelve Traditions, I am guided spiritually, emotionally, and physically by my HP in weaving my recovery tapestry. I’m finding serenity as my life comes together for the first time, one

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