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After being in OA for a while, I see it’s really the Traditions that keep our program running and solid. Tradition Four indicates autonomy, and that’s such an important part of our program. It allows groups to run their own meetings without having to follow a specific rhetoric or method. We can basically do whatever we want as long as it doesn’t threaten OA as a whole. We hold business meetings to determine what works best for our group, and then we apply what works best to the meeting format. We can decide to move to a better place, incorporate

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