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In this hope-filled approach to spiritual and personal growth, the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous are uniquely interpreted to speak to everyone seeking a freer and more God-centered life. This special rendering makes them relevant to those suffering from specific addictions - alcohol, drugs, gambling, food, sex, shopping - as well as the general addictions we wrestle with daily, such as anger, greed, and selfishness. Rami Shapiro describes his personal experience working the 12 Steps as adapted by Overeaters Anonymous and shares anecdotes from many people working the Steps in a variety of settings. Drawing on the insights and practices of Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Taoism, Hinduism, and Islam, he offers supplementary practices from different religious traditions to help you move more deeply into the universal spirituality of the 12 Step system.
©2009 Rami Shapiro; foreword copyright 2009 by Joan Borysenko (P)2017 Tantor
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"Full of wisdom, expanding and deepening Twelve Step insight with the author's wide knowledge of world spiritual traditions." (Thomas Bien, author of Mindful Recovery)
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By Kaye Books on 10-20-17

Excellent book, poor mechanic reading

One can set up Siri to read books this way - without paying an extra cent. The narrator seem to be void of any emotion or interest in the subject he is reading.

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