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Living Clean: The Journey Continues
Narcotics Anonymous
Hardcover, 258 pages
Published 2012 by Narcotics Anonymous World Services
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Charlie Bucher
This book is great for those in recovery with NA. It touches on many concepts and areas of our lives that the basic text doesn't go into the detail on. That is why it is called the basic text. This goes into some specifics on important aspects.
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one more gret book for me..gratitude
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I have read this book through at least 3 times. It's one great paragraph after another. It is all directly related and relevant to my recovery. I will continue to re-read this as more is revealed each time through.
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This book has continued to save my life a day at a time.
I go to a meeting every Sunday and we fully discuss this book.
Give it a try and seek me out for more experience, strength and hope
Thanks NA IOU one!
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the journey continues 1 3 Feb 13, 2014 03:06PM  
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“Each time we surrender, we find once more that the desperation that drives us to our knees fuels the passion that carries us forward. When hope manifests into reality, our lives change. Our experience affirms what we believe, and belief grows into faith. When our faith grows into knowledge, the program that we once struggled to practice has become part of who we are. We find here what we were looking for all along: connection to others, connection to a Higher Power, connection to the world around us—and, most surprising of all, connection to ourselves.” 9 likes
“We learn that our spirit is not apart from us; it is a part of us. We gain awareness of the exact nature of what is right about us. Our fractured personalities come back together into an integrated whole. Integrity is the state of being fully integrated: Our actions, our thinking, our feelings, our ideals, and our values all match up. It takes a long time for a lot of us to get here, and longer still for us to feel like it’s real. More and more, we are able to bring our behavior into alignment with our values and beliefs rather than our feelings and reactions.” 4 likes
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