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    It seems to me that once I accept this, that “a power greater than myself can restore me to sanity”, then that’s about all I can do for this step. Just accept and believe.

    I’m sure there is more to it, as Freya says, to live it and I look forward to doing just that.



    Thanks K, I think one can go too deeply into the steps, trying to find something extra perhaps. On the face of it step 2 seems quite basic to me. I just downloaded an aa talk on step 2 it lasts for over an hour I havent listened yet, but my first thought was , thats a long time to be talking about A step.



    You will know if your step 2 is complete when you do step 3, which you will know you did because you will be writing inventory and sharing it with another. Before you know it, you will be going to people and making ammends for the harm you caused them.

    Do you have a sense of “choosing” step 2?
    Do you believe that it is possible for you to recover from alcoholism?

    The book mentions a flimsy reed…..

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