Home Steps Story at Ten

Story at Ten

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Step Ten – Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong, promptly admitted it. A Tenth Step inventory is one day of my story. Any harms have I done? Did I help anyone? Judged others, “If only . . .?” Offered hope to the lonely? To old grudges cling? Or self-pity’s song sing? My duties remiss in? Did I talk more or listen? Take more than I needed? God’s will, did I heed it? Did I sit quiet and pray? And give thanks for the day? — Ron P., Canada

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