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This step is based on the understanding that the heart of change is self-knowledge, translated into productive action. The Fourth step is a guide for developing useful if often painful self-knowledge for undertaking Meet women for sex forsinard sutherland. Moral issues are those related to right and wrong, and a moral inventory is Need to share a fearless and moral inventory on a moral code.

For believers, the code is usually supplied by a church or theology. Suppose during active drinking or using you became estranged from someone you love— a child, ivnentory with years of bitter conflict and resentment on both sides. Even thinking about them brings up the anger all over again, but you also feel sad and wonder if it might have been partly your fault.

In taking a moral inventory, you might ask:. Detailed self-questioning like this provides a much clearer picture of those conflicted, emotion-laden problems, and sometimes points to possible solutions.

Just as addiction distorts the personality usually for the worse sjare can strengthen character and help you build integrity and fidelity to what you know about right and wrong.

Get a notebook, and Need to share a fearless and moral inventory out a list of all the people, institutions, and forces wnd you blamed for your drinking and drug use. Think about it. Do you blame your parents? An illness or injury? Bosses or co-workers? The army? The social worker? The bank? Be as honest as you can about it, and thorough.

It will take some time. If you end up with only four or five items on your list, you still have some denial to work through. Keep trying. The fact is that Snd and the steps work.

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It has worked for me and so many of my fellows. Spiritually does get in the way for some folks and if there is an alternative for them that is fantatic. From this adticts perspective given the choice and starting over again I would chose the AA way again. All of the people I have met are decent people. No one in AA seems an judge and I have never seen anyone be disrespectful invenhory the rooms. Based on Need to share a fearless and moral inventory last comment I suspect there are a few judgemental, disrespectful nonsecular types in those other rooms.

Episode Step Four: A Searching and Fearless Moral Inventory I would need to take a personal inventory and share it with another person. Share this: Step Four: Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves. Non-believers build moral codes without churches, because you don't need to believe in a god(s) to know the difference between right. Without a searching and fearless moral inventory, most of us have found that the and by sharing them with others in recovery meetings or private dialogue.

For the people with them I wish you the best of luck. For a nonbeliever, outside agency is natural like group influence, books and human resources — not a supernatural creator god. We all have our own values. The are as inherent as our ability to breathe. The reason so many theists distrust or dismiss atheist is that they think morality is dictated by Need to share a fearless and moral inventory outside authority.

Without god, we must be lost to our darkest impulses. The problem for most addicts is loss of connection with self and community.

Losing the adjectives or extensions leaves the secular myth-free program in tact. A nonbelievers inventory as has been described here is an act of humility but it ought not to be humiliating. This is a great series. For true believers, you have an 80 year old book that will do the trick for you.

For the rest of us we need to engage in this kind of conversation. RSS feed for comments on this Need to share a fearless and moral inventory. TrackBack URL. Email Address.

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Nonbelievers Moral Inventory July 12, by C. Scott McMillin. Share this: Step Four: Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves. In taking a moral inventory, you might ask: When did the conflicts feraless What usually sparked the arguments?

Without a searching and fearless moral inventory, most of us have found that the and by sharing them with others in recovery meetings or private dialogue. Step Four Overview: A Searching and Fearless Moral Inventory At this point, we have put our faith and control of our lives into the care of our 0. Shares. Episode Step Four: A Searching and Fearless Moral Inventory I would need to take a personal inventory and share it with another person.

Were there problems that kept recurring? When the arguments happened was I sometimes drunk or stoned, or recovering from a binge?

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Who usually made the first argumentative or demanding move—did I ever do that? Was my child really angry at me because of things related to my drinking or using?

Is there any hope of reconciling in the future?

Step 4: Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves. This is the first "action" step in the 12 steps: it requires one to act, and that action involves taking an Read and share your personal story about Step 4 here: Step 4. People sharing their experiences with Step 4 of a 12 Step program. Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves. Step 4: Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves. If we have sincerely completed the first three steps and have truly made.

Do I feel any remorse over the situation? Would I someday like to make amends? What makes me think this person, thing, etc. Looking back, do I feel that I was right or wrong in my judgment? Why do I feel I was right or wrong? Did I resent or punish this person for something that was really Need to share a fearless and moral inventory result of my addiction? Is morzl something I might want to make amends for, someday? Get help from a sponsor or recovery guide to help if you have questions about the process.

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