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Alcoholics Give Famous Producer Moving Experience (by Arthur Hopkins)
There are a few unforgettable experiences that take permanent place in memory and become a continuing source of enrichment--the first dollar I was...
Few Have a Chance (by L.J.)
FEW of us have a chance to make a dramatic spectacle of turning our lives over to God. We live our humdrum lives out in a petty round. A chance to...
Sometimes, the Answer Is. . .No! (by Ed O'N.)
IN AA we have the spiritual phase, which is important. There are six of the Twelve Steps which refer to a spiritual way of life. The living of a...
Our Own Opinions (by A Non-AA)
IN a recent Grapevine article, the 12-Step Program of Alcoholics Anonymous was suggested as an answer to many of the world's problems. And indeed it...
The Road to Humility (by C. R.)
SYMBOLICAL of Humility, the valley road winds upward until it emerges into the sunshine of higher land. Therefore our new found good or right...
Lest We Forget
Selfishness--self-centeredness! That, we think, is the root of our troubles. Driven by a hundred forms of fear, self-delusion, self-seeking, and self...
How Many Spokes in a Good Wheel? (by F. T.)
YOU'VE probably heard, maybe too often, of the fellow or girl who says "Oh, I only need the First and Twelfth Steps." They get along swell for a...
A Little Courage Replaced the Big Fear (by H. E.)
In my opinion, a spiritual experience is an individual understanding between a man and his Creator. But does that statement answer the question for a...
Lest We Forget
OUR description of the alcoholic, the chapter to the agnostic, and our personal adventures before and after make clear three pertinent ideas: That...
Willpower Is the Wrong Word! (by R. P.)
CERTAIN unenlightened people who know nothing about alcoholism are apt to congratulate me on "my terrific willpower" which they consider has enabled...