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Planning, Not Projection
As the chaotic world of the drinking alcoholic is replaced by one of stability in sobriety it becomes apparent that plans can be made to encourage...
Things Hoped For (by Norman W.)
Before starting on our journey, it would be well to don the cloak of faith. And this is not something that can be taught in any church or school of...
The Quiet Voice (by Brid McD.)
I have come to understand the value of pain as a teacher and a healer, to trust the day's experience as meant for me at this time, to distrust many...
More Spacious Personalities (by C. G. Jung)
I have frequently seen people become neurotic when they content themselves with inadequate or wrong answers to the questions of life. They seek...
Sticking Close (by Mary C.)
I was told in my early days that, to keep what I have, I must give it away. That is why I am involved in service. My ego did grow, but it was soon...
Everlasting Ignorance (by Herbert Spencer)
"There is a principle which is a bar against all information, which is proof against all arguments and which can not fail to keep a man in...
The Bottom Line (by Bill)
A line from the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous says, "Lack of power, that was our dilemma. We had to find a power by which we could live, and it...
Only One Reason (by Came to Believe, page 97)
I believe we are all sober and alive for only one reason: God has a job for us to do. I have also come to believe that I must please God first,...
The Course of Progress (by Bill W.)
The group conscience of AA is a wonderful, though sometimes a fearful, thing. We have with us the conservatives, the liberals and the radicals. The...
Seasons of Real Joy (by Bill W.)
Some people think God made life just for happiness, but I find myself unable to share that view. I think he made life for growth and that he permits...