Step Eleven

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At the Point of Need (by P. L.)
THE SPIRITUAL program of recovery in AA meets the individual at the point of his or her need, allowing each person to advance at his or her own pace...
Where the Strength Comes From (by W. B.)
ONE STATEMENT from a fellow member at a recent meeting hurtled me back in time--to the time when I was lost--to a time when I felt there really was...
Peas in a Pod (by D. J.)
IF YOU ARE like me, once you got dry, you started to do a lot of thinking about yourself and how you were going to fit into the scheme of things....
PO Box 1980 (by M. I.)
Around here we refer to the Eleventh Step as the morning and night exercises, which newcomers are advised to go through even if they don't understand...
There's Always More to Learn (by M. S.)
HAVE YOU ever wondered, as you listened to others at meetings, why some people's AA programs seem to have more vitality than others? I have. This...
I Needed a Job (by D. T.)
WHEN I GOT clean and sober, that's when the problems really started. The big one was employment. For years, I wouldn't work. Then I got to where I...
The Eleventh Step - It's One of the Twelve (by P. M.)
  WILL THE MEEK really inherit the earth? Probably not, say a number of scholars, who feel this familiar quote is the product of an incorrect...
PO Box 1980 (by J. B.)
After reading "The Eleventh Step" in the November issue, I just can't keep quiet. The author spoke of "the uselessness of trying to read or talk or...
PO Box 1980 (by M. G.)
I've been told in AA that to pray is to talk to God, and to meditate is to listen. These are pure and simple guidelines of the program, which are...
Ham on Wry
TRIVIA QUESTIONS FOR THE MONTH: Here's another new feature. The questions that follow won't stump you if you've read this issue very carefully. If...