Keep It Simple: Daily Meditations For Twelve-Step Beginnings And Renewal
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Keep It Simple: Daily Meditations For Twelve-Step Beginnings And Renewal

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Life can be complicated and hectic, but when we keep things simple, we can bring them down to a manageable size. These meditations focus on the Twelve Steps, stressing the importance of putting into practice new beliefs, slogans, and fellowship.
Paperback, 416 pages
Published October 1st 1989 by Hazelden
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Ben Pound
This book is less God-centered than most meditation books published by Hazelden (a long time favorite Alcoholics Anonymous publisher) and more about action in one's daily life. The format is such that each month focuses on one of the twelve steps, but I found it to be a much more palatable and modern twist on traditional AA daily meditations.
Jan 02, 2010 April rated it 4 of 5 stars
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This is a great, easy to follow morning meditation book. Great for if you want a quick pick-me up and point me in the right direction daily meditation.
While this book is written for people in 12 step programs, it has much wisdom that "would be of help to all."
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