Meddybemps Lake, way downeast in Maine's Washington County. earthables.com has the photo
You’ve got to do your own growing, no matter how tall your grandfather was.
Each of us has been given recovery. Now it’s up to each of us what we do with it. At times, we’ll work hard and grow quickly. At other times, our growth will be slower. This is okay. We’re not in a race. Our pace is not important. What is important is that we’re always working on our recovery.
We’re all part of a fellowship, a caring group. We’re one of many. But each of us is important. Each one of us will have a special way to work our programs through our readings, friends, meetings, and what we know of how life works. Each of us puts together a miracle of recovery. We then take our miracle and share it with others, so they can build their miracle.
From the book: Keep It Simple