Home Steps Presently Unchained

Presently Unchained

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The OA program encourages us to live one day at a time. In other words, that says to me, “Live in today.” I heard a cute story about a man who was dragging a chain behind him on the sidewalk. Another man asked him, “Why are you dragging that chain?” To which he replied, “Have you ever tried pushing one of these things?” How does this relate to “living in today?” If I had not learned how to let go of the past through Step work in OA, I would not know how to lay down the chains of my

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