When we were using or drinking, we did not let anything or anyone come between us and our addiction. We went to any length to get it. We were never too busy and never procrastinate it. We didn't take a day off. We didn't care how early in the morning or how late at night it was. Didn't matter how many miles we had to go, didn't matter we take the car, bus, cab or we had to walk all the way to our connection. Rain and snow never stopped us. So, in short We did what we had to do. Are we that serious about our recovery? Going to meetings no matter what? Can anything or anyone stops us from doing what is good and right for us. Are we vigilant for our recovery as we we were for our addictions? I know I am. How about you?
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