Quote of the Month

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Moral Force (by Senator Margaret Chase Smith (1960))
. . . The crying need of America today--and of the world today--is the total mobilization of our moral forces. . . . Some may inquire, "What, indeed...
AA Unity (by Jim P.)
To work at group strength and overall AA unity is an extension of personal progress and indicates maturity. To destruct by taking inventories of...
Ambition and Gratitude (by Bill W.)
. . .I don't see any particular conflict between ambition and gratitude. I think you should be terribly grateful that you are able to be ambitious--...
Spiritual Growth (by Bill W.)
. . . I'm most certain that we are, after all, on a Pilgrim's Progress, leading to an ever-upward ascent towards God. This (life) is nothing, in my...
Solitude (by M. C.)
Even love is reborn in solitude, for only in solitude can those who are alone reach those from whom they are separated. One hour of solitude may...
Leaders in AA (by Bill W.)
". . .the realization has come strongly in the last year or so that we older folk are actually getting less important to the movement. Though it's a...
Quote of the Month (by J. D.)
"We talked about how to get more members and how to handle them. Then we talked about the mistakes we had made in telling our stories. We didn't...
Quote of the Month. . . (by Bill W.)
"The temporary or seeming good can often be the deadly enemy of the permanent best."
Quote of the Month. . . (by Bill W.)
"Truth. . .continues to release us from conflicts and miseries beyond reckoning; it banishes fear and isolation."
Quote of the Month. . . (by Bill W.)
"My stability came out of trying to give, not out of demanding that I receive."