Tradition Twelve: Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of all these Traditions, ever reminding us to place principles before personalities. If it’s not happening already, it’s just a matter of time in these rooms before you experience a relationship or acquaintance you do not like. It’s natural; we’re all human and none of us are perfect. However, I challenge your character on this point: when you do find that person you’re not too fond of, pray to your HP for the ability to grow within that particular relationship. Ask your spiritual source to show you how to appreciate the ethics and

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