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The Biggest Message From the Smallest AA (by Harry H. S.)
BETTER THAN HALF A CENTURY a victim of liquor--missing the pleasure of life--to find myself again is a blessing I wish to pass on to those who are...
PO Box 1980 (by N. G.)
In my twenty-five years in AA, I have been very happy. I have had my ups and downs, but God always showed me the way. We had a birthday party for...
Now I Want What I Get (by B. M.)
THE TOPIC of a meeting I attended recently was "the good things that have happened to me since I joined Alcoholics Anonymous." Most of those present...
The Establishment at Work (by P. R.)
ON MY LAST geographical cure, I wound up in a small Texas town where, among other jobs, I worked briefly as a radio dispatcher for the local police...
About Alcoholism - Alcoholism Information, Research, and Treatment (by Wendy Wright)
Many of these items are contrary to AA philosophy. Their publication here does not mean that the Grapevine endorses or approves them; they are...
Ham on Wry (by C. H.)
A FRIENDLIER BARTENDER was closing up after last call one night when his final patron, a huge boozer, abruptly passed out and slumped to the floor....
PO Box 1980 (by P. C.)
My name is Phyllis and I am an alcoholic. I have been an active and grateful member of AA for six years. During this period of time, however, on...
Our Meeting Is a Melting Pot (by Chris C.)
I am twenty-three years old and I have had twenty months sober. Fourteen of these months were spent on the street, the last six in the federal...
Carrying the Message (by Laurie A.)
He was just about twenty or twenty-two years old. He died yesterday, without warning. He had just celebrated a year's sobriety. I remember when he...
Ham on Wry
"THE BARTENDER was closing up," writes C. H., of Lake Worth, Florida, "when his last remaining patron, a large man, passed out and slumped off his...