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EKASC Online Chat for the 12 Traditions meeting will be held every Sunday from 1 pm to 3 pm.

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EKASC 12 Traditions Chat
Moderator Rob L
This tradition reminds me that we are all part of the solution and we are all equal in that part that we play
Jason C
I wouldn't say I govern. But I won't sit back in silence
Moderator Rob L
I know what you mean effective leadership for me is about disagreeing without becoming disagreeable
Jason C
Its about the fellowship and not me
Moderator Rob L
How does anonymity help me understand this tradition
Moderator Rob L
It helps me my considering the needs of others as well as my needs in this fellowship if I look at us all as a part of the fellowship and equal parts I will be valid in my opinions and in my acceptance of others opinions
Jason C
The tradition is about a group conscience through our HP's. Not my personal will or influence
Moderator Rob L
How do I practice anonymity in terms of this tradition
Moderator Rob L
Personally I practice anonymity by keeping my ego in check and listening for the lone voice
Jason C
Fulfilling my role as a trusted servant to carry the message and do my duties assigned to me no more. As well as encouraging continuity
Moderator Rob L
Question 10 describe any Bridges between this tradition and one or more of the 12 steps
Moderator Rob L
Step three step five and step 12 come to mind
Moderator Rob L
If I want to work on God's will I need to turn my will over if I want to have any hope of getting rid of my ego I need to be working step five and with a spiritual awakening I will be more able to be inclusive and stay in harmony with unity
Jason C
Steps 2 3 10 & 12
Moderator Rob L
What do these Bridges teach me about my recovery
Moderator Rob L
Basically they teach me to let go and let God and to not take myself so seriously that I get upset with the littlest thing that seemingly goes not my way
Jason C
Any step that teaches me to be God centered and not self centered applys to the tradition
Moderator Rob L
Question 11 what more can I do to put the principles of this tradition into action
Jason C
I agree faith and trust
Moderator Rob L
First of all the principles involved in this tradition our Unity selflessness Hospitality surrender love empathy acceptance anonymity Goodwill commitment safety and humility
Moderator Rob L
Basically selfless service not selfish service it's not about me it's about we and it's about time
Jason C
Keep things simple. Work my steps and up my game on focusing on our primary purpose
Moderator Rob L
How would applying this tradition change my attitudes and actions
Moderator Rob L
By applying this tradition I would trust the people that are elected into their positions until they prove they cannot be trusted I wouldn't be naive but I also wouldn't be hypercritical
Jason C
It has taught me to keep my ego in check and not be afraid to ask for help
Moderator Rob L
Well i think we should save this next section for next week and c if we can get more willingness. Things will pick up once the region gets involved. I've asked the RCM to add us to his report
Jason C
Sounds good. Wrap up Members next week?
Moderator Rob L
Pls read serenity prayer for your self and we'll sign off
Moderator Rob L
Ciao 4 now
Jason C
Jft. Have a good day!
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