BRC Recovery, Spearhead Lodge & Makana Path Alumni
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Weekly Focal Point

“Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much."

~Hellen Keller~


For most of us, our addictions took us down a dark and lonely path. A path where regardless of who we were surrounded by, we felt little to no connection with others on any really level. Our relationships were surface level and temporary. As we begin recovering we in turn become surrounded by like-minded individuals with which we relate to and enjoy. Soon, we make friendships and bonds that are so strong it’s as if we had known each other all our lives. The tree of our relationships continues to branch out and we become encompassed by the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous. Joy, friendship, laughter and camaraderie take form in our lives. We become happy individuals who feel a part of life at last!
Questions for Our Consideration
1. Am I being vulnerable with others today and in what ways?

2. Do I look outwards for help from others during times of struggles? Do I make myself available for them to do the same?

3. Am I being intentional about connecting with people in my life in a way that is deep and meaningful?
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