Home Steps Step 7: Right Actions

Step 7: Right Actions

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I’ve been reading and studying Steps Six and Seven in the past weeks. I’ve become particularly watchful and aware of my major character defects, and I truly believe I should take these Steps daily in order to keep working toward what Higher Power wants for me. Recently, I was in the company of a colleague whom I admire and like; however, I felt envious of her. Here’s why: She has been on a diet for a number of months and has lost significant weight. She looked great and was still working the diet to reach her goal. She received a

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