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Unity Day 2016 was a day to remember. We had three speakers, and the tone for the day was set when we read the quote on page 360 in For Today: “The only gift is a portion of thyself.” The first speaker noted, “I finally gave up believing that skinny equals happy. There is a Higher Power out there if I plug into it. My journey is to be able to call people, feel free, and lose weight slowly . . . to me, unity means having a sponsor or someone to talk to every day.” The second speaker emphasized,

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