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AA Around the World (by Al G.)
THE DIVI DIVI GROUP, which in 1955 numbered 21, in 1956 reached 130 and now in 1957 has passed 200. Looking back to our early days, I perceived an...
AA Around the World (by G. M. N.)
WHAT'S the bit about the best laid plans of mice and men?
Humor (by Railbeams)
Easy does it: "The hurrier I go--the behinder I get!"
We Can Never Repay AA (by J. L. T.)
"POCO a poco. . .sin nada de alboroto" (Easy Does It. . .without fanfare). Although this is the simplest of our axioms in AA, it is perhaps the most...
Ready, Set, Go (by Dee D.)
Last November I celebrated four years of sobriety and ran a half-marathon—all in the same week. I couldn’t help but notice that the AA slogans that...
Twists and Turns (by Janis W.)
One pleasant summer evening I was winding my car down a twisty rural road. My sister and I were heading to an AA meeting. I was driving her up the...
Exhibit A (by Brooklyn W.)
When I first got to AA, I considered it a chore. I really didn’t want to go. I went just once a week and didn’t work the Steps or get a sponsor....
Bumper to Bumper (by Jay C. )
I found myself unloading on my sponsor, Bob, after my second slip, as we stood in my driveway one cold January night. I had a bad case of financial...
Rallying Cry (by Steve A.)
A slogan is defined as a “memorable motto or phrase used as a repetitive expression of an idea or purpose.” It’s no wonder that we have so many...
French Dis-Connection (by Anonymous)
"'Don’t drink no matter what’ is not the message of AA!” the speaker said. “Recovery from alcoholism through the practice of the Twelve Steps is!” I...