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At a meeting today, a member shared that another OA member with many problems had committed suicide. That share prompted others to share about the importance of working the program, doing what works, trusting that process, and walking in action, no matter how we feel. This week has been a challenge, but it’s amazing how God works in my life when I’m spiritually fit to heed his guidance. I worked my Tenth Step by evaluating my abstinence, exercise, self-care, care of others, emotional state, and things for which I should be grateful. I realized I needed to make two amends,

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