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Just for Today

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First published in August 1992, this book helps NA members focus on a new recovery principle every day. Each of the 366 daily entries opens with an NA quote, examines the day's topic, and closes with a focusing thought or affirmation. Includes subject index.

The boxed gift edition has a red leatherette cover, sewn-in satin bookmark, and quality paper.

Hardcover, Revised, Gift Edition
Published 2008 by Narcotics Anonymous World Services (first published January 1st 1991)
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carey lina
Mar 26, 2011 carey lina is currently reading it
a failed addict since age 14, I can still get down with a daily reader for ritual value and for its helpful advice. also a good learning tool.
Alissa Cook
I love my devotions every morning, and it's nice to know I have one that's aimed specifically toward recovery. I wish I could find others just like it, I could definitely go for another one as well! ...more
A fabulous book to keep you on track and thoughtful of your Recovery. Have read it several times over many years in Recovery.
Apr 12, 2015 Ashley is currently reading it
This book will probably never reach the completely read shelf- I read each day's meditation and try to apply it to my life that day. Ever since I've started this, I feel I get more out of recovery, and start each day full of hope. I recommend this to all addicts, its amazing how your first thought of the day can determine what kind of day you have. By far reading this daily makes many more good days.
Duane Donecker
excellent, helps me stay sober each and every day!!!!!!
Read it daily! Good food!
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