Definition of Working it:
Arranging for something to happen
Synonyms of Working it:
Arrange, organize, etc.
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Love in fellowship.
When I walked into my first Twelve Step meeting I had absolutely no idea what was going on. I knew nothing about the program, the Steps, or how to work them.
But I listened, asked questions, and I learned. One of the most important lessons I learned was that I couldn’t just sit around waiting for recovery to take place.
I found that I could talk a good game around program folks because I’d learned the lingo. But the saying, “you’ve got to walk the talk” tells me that I have to do it. –One Day At A Time | More…
There are few better means of self-survey and of developing patience than the workouts usually well-meaning but erratic members so often afford us. –As Bill Sees It p.215 | More…
So many times, addicts have sought the rewards of hard work without the labor. In recovery, healthy relationships come as a result of lots of hard work and a new willingness to communicate. Friendship with our sponsor comes as a result of reaching out during the good times as well as the bad. –Just For Today | More…