Being a part of the armed forces, I travelled a lot in early sobriety. Wherever I went I'd look up a local meeting, and it never ceased to amaze me the generosity and kindness extended by all the different groups. It was like going to my first meetings all over again. In my experience, no matter where I was, although the people varied, which in itself was a wonderful experience to meet them, the AA program remained the same.
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