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I often think of sending some words of gratitude to Lifeline, but I put it off and put it off. My addictive voice tells me that what I write has to be perfect, timely, brilliant— and that’s not true! I am deeply grateful and appreciative to all who contribute, all who work to put Lifeline together month after month, and all who subscribe. I have been in OA for more than forty years and have subscribed since the beginning of my recovery journey. I identify with many of the stories. I disagree with some of the ideas expressed, but I learn

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