If AA is not religious then why do we say the lord's prayer?

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Re: If AA is not religious then why do we say the lord's pra

Postby PaigeB » Tue Jun 05, 2018 12:41 pm

Learning to follow is hard and yet can train us to be prepared for anything when the day doesn't go our way. Looking at things openly instead of with self gratification can be humbling.

YES.
If I'm not able to say how I'm working my program today, then I'm not working my program.
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Re: If AA is not religious then why do we say the lord's pra

Postby Layne » Wed Jun 06, 2018 9:06 am

PaigeB wrote:
Learning to follow is hard and yet can train us to be prepared for anything when the day doesn't go our way. Looking at things openly instead of with self gratification can be humbling.

YES.

Second the yes. Sometimes in life, I do things I don't agree with because the overall result outweighs the present circumstances.
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