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This image is from the 2nd of July, 2003 in the Sails Pavilion of San Diego Convention Center. Crews were setting up for WCNA-30. This Symbol would eventually be hoisted to the ceiling and moved to the center of the room.
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|Why do we embrace our history?
As with any culture, the study of history assists us in learning from our mistakes of the past; to carve out a better future for our children.
Understanding what our predecessors had to endure provides us a vehicle to embrace gratitude for what we have at our disposal today.
Narcotics Anonymous IRAN
I R A N - We recently spoke with Iran and they shared that they just had the opening meeting at their convention, with 12,000 people in attendance. The meeting was held in a Tehran sports stadium where they read a greeting from NAWS and the Iranian president before an official “kick-off” with five speakers—three recovery shares, one on the traditions and one on PI. Members from Bahrain attended in support of the convention. They also sent us photos of a trophy and an award they received a few weeks ago when they were named the most successful Non-Government Organization (NGO) of the year in Iran. They will be sending us a full article for the NA Way Magazine. We are very excited to hear all about the rest of their convention and what is happening in Iran.