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Bits and Bites February 2017

Any action, no matter how small, will help us to overcome deadly procrastination.
-- The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Overeaters Anonymous, p. 31

There is a tremendous paradox between powerlessness and responsibility ... I am "powerless over food," not "powerless over footwork."
-- Voices of Recovery, p. 308

When I came to OA, I was told to utilize not analyze.
-- Lifeline Sampler, p. 103

The Fellowship encourages and promotes acceptance and inclusivity. Individual differences in approach to recovery need not divide us.
-- OA Unity With Diversity Policy

From the OA Lifeline - A Meeting on the Go
February 2017

Posted 3/12/2017