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Old 10-18-2004, 02:15 PM   #1  
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Default Just For Today

I've been around this site for a while now but just found this forum.

I was in OA when I lived in WA state and it really kept me going. I can't say I ever committed totally to the program (trust issues) but I loved a Just For Today meeting I went to every Tuesday. The group leader would select the topic for the day and whoever wanted to read would read a page and share if they had anything to say. Many times a person would just read a page and not share.

Would anyone be interested in starting a thread here for the Just For Today book? I figure we can do a weekly thread and post on the readings in the book for that week. Or, we could do it by topic like they did in the meeting.

What do you think?
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I read Voices of Recovery and God Calling. But ask Kat and see what she thinks.

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