In the days following I was led to Unity literature and this too enhanced my reading of Emerson. I was changed. What changed me were new thoughts, new ideas. I saw the world differently and I saw my part in it differently. I experienced hope.
All of this was not an overnight conversion, but it was the first excitement, the first hope that I had felt in years. The days when I didn’t read were just as dull and bleak as those before it. So I knew I had to keep reading, and that is what I did. And from my reading, I put down a few thoughts and those thoughts eventually became the 13 Statement Program of WFS, the first self-help program for women.
Jean Kirkpatrick, Ph.D.
Founder, Women for Sobriety, Inc.
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