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Rasputinism in A. A. (by C.K.)
The bearded monk, Rasputin, who helped to bring about the downfall of Russia's ruling house during the First World War, was advocate of an evil...
New Interest Created
The Australian branch of Alcoholics Anonymous came into being in October, 1944. Its founders (all non-alcoholics) were the Reverend Father T. V....
Marital Readjustments Usually Necessary (by T.Y.)
Paradoxical as it may sound, domestic bliss does not inevitably and automatically follow A.A. recovery of the alcoholic in the family whether that be...
Vino Vignettes: (by J. T.)
He was not a bad little guy. A little screwy perhaps when there were women around, but at heart not a bad little guy. The first time I saw him he was...
The Old Squirrel Cage (by Tom D.)
I've been thinking of all it would cost me if I took a drink today. . . . Strangely enough, I find that the longer I go without a drink, the greater...
One Green Light Enough to Start Even Streamliner (by Joe C.)
A little over sixteen months ago, I made my first contact with A.A. I had heard a lot about it, and I had read many articles written by its members....
Easy Does This, Too (by R.P.C.)
More than two years' observation of Alcoholics Anonymous at work has convinced me that the weary seeker after sobriety, knocking desperately and...
An Alcoholic's Wife Finds Many Ways to Help (by M.N.)
When the alcoholic member of a family makes his first contact with A.A., and starts upon the new life, it is a moment of great happiness for all...
Now She Takes Her Vitamin A.A. in Large Doses (by M.O.)
Some years ago before I realized I had a drinking problem I heard that Vitamin B1 would be good for my ragged nerves and the terrific hangovers and...
Speaking of MANIFESTATIONS. . . . . (by E.B.)
"A.A. has kept me dry four months," a sincere member said at our Group meeting the other night, "but the spiritual angle eludes me. I have turned my...