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Came to Believe Paperback – March 15, 2002
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One thing I came to believe from reading this book was that a higher power is not comprehensible by me or anyone else living or dead. Many traditions have been established that attempt to essentialize something greater than the individual in ways that suit their own needs.
I'm fortnuate enough to be very well educated. I'm not into fairy tales. I do, however, experience many things about life that I cannot explain. This book helped me to understand that whatever shorthand various humans have assigned to the phenomena of life and their experiences is just that. Some power greater than myself, however, is a simple concept.
(I'm a literary sort and rate this book within the context of recovery literature and books that have made an impact on me. The prose is not where it's at with this one.)
Good for those times when the D.R. or 24HAD are just too short or a good supplement for the ESH stories.
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Very moving and inspiring stories. You may think you don't need a Higher Power in your life, but many people in this book came to find out they did.Published 1 month ago by Mary Lou Becker
This book is written for people struggling for sobriety. It made me think a lotand helped me connect.Published 1 month ago by Bret Miles
Not one of my favorites but sometimes I do find it inspiring