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Unread 10-16-2010, 07:33 AM   #14
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DHF ,,,,,,,,, I'm right there with you! I don't care to debate religion or faith, as it is a very personal thing for each person and there is no right or wrong. However, because my personal faith is a large part of "me" then yes, when I share my experiences and/or story, my faith too is shared.

Tom,,,,,,, I certainly understand your opinion and I personally feel that the program and fellowship will lead a person or lead most people to some sort of personal spiritual awakening.

However, if that doesn't happen for a person, I also feel that the program can still be a huge positive in their personal recovery efforts. I personally don't feel that anyone should not try the program because they might be a atheist or a person of no spiritual life.

As you think, so shall it be!
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