when i think of unity, i think of togetherness. i think of others who are just like me. i think of others who may be different in personality but carry a common bond. i think of others who may be seekin the same solutions i am, in regard to my alcoholism. though many may not share the same likes, loves, dislikes, or indifferences as i do, i can still come together with others as one in my efforts to overcome my alcoholism. whether i have political, sexual, or religious differences, i come together with others seekin a solution that is life savin for each one individually. i come together with others to help this thing we do progress so the next person may share in the release from their innermost demons, as i have. i aint gotta like everybody i meet, and thats ok, the reason i stick around is because i love others, knowin what it was like, and what its like today. ive learned to love another because ive experienced what it was like not to love another or be loved. i give freely of my time, my efforts, and myself when possible. unity means the state or fact of bein united or combined into one, as of the parts of a whole. it means an absence of diversity, unvaried or uniform character. it means a oneness of mind, feelin, as among a number of persons, concord, harmony, or agreement. it is one of the legacies of recovery that help me, and possibly others, stay sober and in recovery so i may be recovered. its what ive been taught by my sponsor and others whove come into the rooms before me. today i get to give freely of self, when in the past i couldnt even give to myself. with a healthy love for this thing we do and my HP, im assured a life of grace, dignity, integrity, and wholesome togetherness. today, i can be humble enough to be one of many. what beauty can i create with unity today? bein helpful by givin freely of love and tolerance of others is my code. 1 day @ a time...
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