It’s a real word. You can look it up – beamonesque.
In the 1968 Olympics, American long jumper Bob Beamon won the gold medal. In the process, he obliterated the world record by two feet, with a jump of 29 feet, two and a half inches. His jump was so far ahead of any jump in history that they coined a new word after him.
Beamonesque describes a result that is so far superior to anything previously accomplished that it’s almost inconceivable.
For recovery that might mean:
- 24 hours of sobriety
- 30 days of sobriety
- 1 year of sobriety
- Lead 12-Step meetings
- Sponsoring others
Recovery Step: “Now therefore stand still and see this great thing that the Lord will do before your eyes” (1 Samuel 12:16).