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Time on Your Hands (by Jim D.)
The term "hobby" not only refers to an occupation pursued as a pastime but also means "a slow and steady horse." To me, the latter definition is more...
I (by Roy S.)
I Included in his Essays of Elia is a piece by Charles Lamb (1775-1834) entitled, "Confessions of a Drunkard." So realistic and subjective were its...
Vacation Time's Here! All A.A.s Will Beware!
The mailman today gave forth with a couple of those "Having wonderful time, wish you were here" postcards, a reminder that we're right in the midst...
Taking Time Off May Mean More Time On (by Lois B.)
Jim sank into a comfortable chair at the Club House. He had come all the way over, across town, to eat lunch here because he knew, instinctively,...
Shelby Group Helps Carolinian Find Himself (by W. B. McL.)
In the fall of 1939 the first A.A. meeting was held in Shelby, North Carolina. A group of three men met in the office of Dr. M., the sponsor of the...
Same Problem for All (by A. T.)
(Editor's Note: The war's end is only the beginning of a personal struggle for some of the men now coming home. This article is by one member of A.A...
II (by R. S.)
II In Persons and Places, the first volume of the autobiography of George Santayana, famous philosopher and author of The Last Puritan, Santayana...
Contented Sobriety
(Editor's Note: Here is an analysis of the kinds of people who come to A.A. as seen by one of A.A.'s best non-alcoholic friends --a man who works...
Vino Vignettes: (by C. C.)
"Really, Pvt. C, I don't know what to do about you!" said the Commanding Officer with a perplexed expression. "We had you confined for thirty days,...
One Day at a Time (by H. W.)
Dear Editor: Here is an article I clipped from Read Magazine, which in turn reprinted it from The Sunbury (Pennsylvania) Daily Item. It embraces so...