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Step Ten, p.93
As a matter
, the waking hours
are usually well filled
... constructive action.
Working With Others, p.93
... constructive if
they can be carried on ...
The Family Afterward, p.127
... constructive imagination;
all sound achievement rests upon ...
Step Eleven, p.100
... constructive imagination,
we might proceed like this:
Step Eleven, pp.100-101
When, by such simple devices
, we have placed ourselves
in a mood
we can focus undisturbed
on constructive imagination
might proceed like
... constructive projects.
Step Twelve, p.120
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