When I was newly sober... my Sponsor had me start working on Step 4, and said that I had to start by making a list of all the people I was angry or resentful at.
I told him "Geez, I'm just so happy to have a second chance at sobriety, I'm not angry or resentful at anyone. I don't have anyone I can put on the list." I really, genuinely felt that way.
My Sponsor said "Well, in that case, I want you to make a list of every person you have ever known or met and we'll start there." I said "Even if I'm not angry or resentful at them?" And, he said, "Yep."
He said, "When you're finished with the list of people names... everyone that you've ever known, I want you to start on a list of places, things, institutions, principles, or anything else that you don't like."
"Gees! What an order!"
Guess what? I learned that I was shot through and through with anger and resentment... and didn't even know it!
Now... "that's me and my experience... and has nothing to do with anyone else!"
Crickit, you're really lucky to have no anger to deal with!!! I wish I could have been that lucky.
I do a fairly complete, daily, Step 10, 11, and 12... in my opinion.
Not too long ago, I had some depressing stuff come up that I just couldn't shake off. It was sure eating my lunch! So, I started all the way back with Step 1, and by the time I got in the middle of a Step 4, "new list of resentments" and I discovered that I had 32 resentments that I had been carrying around... even in my most spiritual and happy moments... and I wasn't even aware that they were there... until I started digging.
Half way through my list, I was laughing at myself and the depression was gone! Yep. I followed it all the way through from Step 5 to 12. Wanted to see if I discovered any other problems I was not seeing!