No One Is Responsible, Yet We Are All  Responsible. 



No one person is responsible for the powerful network of recovery, yet paradoxically, we are all responsible when we share our courage, strength, and hope and our knowledge of the effective principles and practices of recovery. 

No one person is responsible for the powerful network of recovery, yet paradoxically, we are all responsible when we share our courage, strength, and hope and our knowledge of the effective principles and practices of recovery. 

Through the power of out group conscience, we can participate in doing things together that none of us could do almone. 

“Recovery is and probable will remain a group activity.” ~ Terry Gorski, February 28. 2015 



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