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Forget Me Not

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When reflecting on our precious Tools of recovery, I always forget one (probably the one I need to concentrate on most). So I use a mnemonic device to help me recall all of the Tools: And          Action plan Please      Plan of eating Spend      Sponsorship More        Meetings Time         Telephone With         Writing Love          Literature And           Anonymity Service      Service If you can learn this simple phrase, the Tools will always guide your days.

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