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The Recovered Podcast Community is not a glum lot. They contribute to the show and what they share is exactly what someone else needs to hear. The new guy needs to hear your story. So honor your 12th step obligation by calling in and help the guy who has not yet gone to his first meeting, you may make the difference in his life. There are two ways to add to the show:
Humility is a personal quality that can be undervalued in the modern world. The modern focus is on individual empowerment and assertiveness. Most people will admit that humility is praiseworthy, but it tends to be associated with weakness. This misunderstanding about humility means that people fail to recognize how much it could benefit their lives.
Individuals who have escaped an addiction to alcohol or drugs will need to develop at least some degree of humility. If they fail to do so, they will be faced with a barrier to progress. The good news is that once people do begin to practice being humble, they will discover that it can bring substantial joy to their life. At this point, it can become a habit.
What is Rule 62?
Where is this story found?
How does it relate to Tradition 4?
Have you ever had a similar experience?
What is humility?
Why is it important?
How is it gained? What step, tradition?
How is it lost?
What are the benefits of humility?
What are the challenges of humility?
When is it ok to be assertive?
When is it not ok to be assertive?
What is arrogance and why is it a danger?
What is false humility?
How is humility and spirituality related?
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Matt in Nebraska
Thomas from Austin
Gregg from LA
What would you say to the new guy??
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