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This morning, as part of my daily spiritual practice, I read a page from For Today and felt excitement. It is February, the month of Step Two. Although each of the Twelve Steps has played a significant role in my spiritual growth, Step Two has a special place in my heart. Step Two and Tradition Two transformed my understanding of God. Unaware, I’d entered recovery with a punishing God waiting to zap me if I failed, which I did often, with food and almost every other area of my life. Through the clarity I gained in abstinence and working the

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