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Unity and Fellowship

June 19, 2016 by Kayce L.

Unity in the FellowshipWe can’t impose our ideas of unity on others or confuse unity with uniformity. In fact, a big attraction of the program is the absence of uniformity. Unity springs from our common purpose, not from standards imposed on the group by a few well-meaning members. A group that has the unity which springs from the loving hearts of its members allows each addict to carry the message in his or her own unique way.


6 Comments »

  1. Dave w says:

    This is what I love about my home group. We don't follow all the " rules" of a meeting. We have fun but we also cry and support each other. 10797 days sober and I find so much comfort in the unity of a smaller home group. Blessed to be alive and able to face the struggles of life. Would not be alive if it wasn't for the unity of the group and the principles of Aa .

  2. Marilyn Bernal says:

    Unity is so very important the bond we have I agree although in my home group lately the same 3 or 4 out of thirty comment repeatedly giveng no room for others to share. What about the new person

    • Thomas Cromer says:

      Well the new person learns the Aa program and learns that God will help u find your peace and your happaniess!!!!!

  3. janice says:

    When I am at a meeting I am safe.....I am home.

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