COMMON BOND

Definition of Common bond:
belonging to or shared by two or more people
Synonyms of Common bond:
communion, community, fellowship, solidarity, etc.

These inspirational notes are from recovery in AA and related 12 step programs.
Readers are encouraged to click the external link for more detail.
We hope you find them helpful.
Love in fellowship.

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Whether we isolate or are on the go constantly, whether we’re in the disease or out of it, whether we’ve found all the Promises or we haven’t, we are bonded for a lifetime by the disease of our addiction. –One Day At A Time | More…

We all have two things in common: addiction and recovery. In the end we all have the same thing in common.

When we listen carefully, we hear others tell of suffering from the same disease we have suffered from, regardless of their specific backgrounds. When we open our ears, we hear other addicts talk of applying spiritual principles that promise hope to us as well, regardless of our personal goals. –Just for Today | More…

Those who have learned by experience what physical and emotional pain and anguish mean are a community all over the world… One and all, they know the longing to be free from pain. –Albert Schweitzer | More…

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