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I would like to comment on “No Stone Unturned” in the May/June 2018 issue of Lifeline. It begins on page 11 under the subheading “Conscious Contact and Relationships.” I’ve been receiving Lifeline magazine for a number of years and have to say that this article is the most profound I’ve ever read! It includes all aspects of the writer’s program and recovery. It describes how the writer accomplished changing her life by using all the tools available. I appreciate the fact that you did not limit the number of words, and that the writer was able to cover almost the

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