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Better to Be Drunk Than Merely Sober (by C.C.)
"If coming into A.A. meant nothing more to me than being sober, I'd get out of it, get drunk and stay drunk!" said H.D., a tall personable gent, as...
Vino Vignettes: (by C. T. B.)
For years Mac has been associated with the real estate firm through which the Denver Central Group rents its present club quarters. For over a year...
Defrosting Room (by H.D.)
The Fort Worth Group of Alcoholics Anonymous rents their clubhouse from an individual who also owns and operates a comfortable residential hotel. In...
My Daily Moral Inventory
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Task a Personal One (by R.F.S.)
(Final article in a trilogy on personality integration. The first article, "What Is the Alcoholic's Moral Responsibility?" appeared in the November,...
Vino Vignettes: (by Esther E.)
(Editor's Note: The author of the following was asked to do a piece for The Grapevine on the subject of starting new groups, since she has been...
What Are the Enemies of Peace of Mind? (by Don G.)
To us alcoholics, I believe that "peace of mind" is the paramount prerequisite to continued sobriety. During our drinking years, we did not, and...
Must Want Help (by Benny W.)
It is my contention that in order for a man to act normally it is necessary for him to live normally, that is, to adjust his life so that each phase...
What "Earn" Means When Applied in A.A. (by G.W.H.)
Webster's definition of the word, "earn" is: "To merit or deserve, as by labor or service." Webster's definition of the word "distinction" is: "State...
Lest We Forget. . .
Question: Is there any objection to a member using the name, "Alcoholics Anonymous" or, simply, "A.A." when addressing a letter, postal card or...