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Carrying the Message (by G. S.)
On joining AA, I was to find that a necessary part in making amends was a financial one. This meant a new budget--a Spartan one. Hamburger was to...
The Writing on the Wall (by Cecil M.)
The first time I walked into an AA meeting was February 1967 in South Bend, Indiana. I was fresh out of the state mental institution, the only...
Turning on the Lights (by Sam W.)
AA is the best. It is better than cold lemonade on a summer's day, better than hot chocolate on a winter's night. AA is even better than three scoops...
PO Box 1980 (by Steven C.)
I applaud the author of "Inquiring Minds" in the April 1999 issue. Someone should have addressed the issue of the importance of thinking long ago. I'...
Give Him the Book (by Fred M.)
Have you ever met a newcomer who has ants in his pants to sober up every drunk he knows? That was me at six months sober. One night I bought a Big...
Your Move (by Kecia J.)
  Responses from readers to the special section in the May 2000 Grapevine titled, "Is AA for Everyone?" I am an American of African descent and...
Think (by Tommy J.)
I am from the West Coast, but I spent a year in Clearwater, Florida, some ten years back. It was there that I met a most beautiful man named John M....
Ham on Wry (by Joe C.)
HOW ABOUT ANOTHER SLOGAN? In addition to "THINK, THINK, THINK," we could have "THANK, THANK, THANK."
FROM THE PULPIT (by BILL R.)
BREAKING another person's anonymity has never been my problem. My problem with anonymity has been about breaking my own private and personal...