William James

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Task a Personal One (by R.F.S.)
(Final article in a trilogy on personality integration. The first article, "What Is the Alcoholic's Moral Responsibility?" appeared in the November,...
And So From My Heart I Say (by Rev. Samuel M. Shoemaker, D.D.)
IT does not seem many years ago since we invited some of our gentleman-drunk friends to come and stay at Calvary House; and when there was a "second...
Novels
Human Relationships The Sermon on the Mount--Emmet Fox (Harper) Quiet Talks on Power--S.D. Gordon (Grosset and Dunlap) How you can Help Other People...
Next Came a Personal House Cleaning (by Anonymous)
I WILL never become a normal drinker. Because of a mental quirk or a physical allergy, or both, I can't drink. I have completely smashed the...
Let's Take an Impartial Look (by J. E. B.)
HONEST confession is the starting point in the AA program. The very basis of anyone's start toward sobriety is recognizing the fact that he may have...
Lest We Forget
Though it was not our intention to create such an impression, many alcoholics have nevertheless concluded that in order to recover they must acquire...
P. O. Box 1980 (by L. MCC.)
This is a note of thanks to you for your recent article on fear in the Grapevine, which was a real restorative for me which arrived, so it seemed,...
Short Takes (by The Pathfinder)
William James declared that the greatest revolution in his generation was the discovery that human beings, by changing the inner attitudes of their...
Traffic Goes Both Ways (by Anonymous)
IN a quiet evening of conversation, a wise old clergyman had said something that lingered with me as I left him. He had said that there was a lower...
And So from My Heart I Say. . . (by Rev. Canon Samuel M. Shoemaker, D.D)
(from the September 1948 Grapevine) IT does not seem many years ago since we invited some of our gentleman-drunk friends to come and stay at Calvary...