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From the Grass Roots (by Marie)
WHAT BETTER TIME to express my love for AA than the month of May. It's AA's birthday, my eleventh AA birthday and my fifty-third natal birthday. I'm...
The Spirit of AA (by Ron)
CHILDREN who believe in Santa Claus are convinced that he does exist. We who do not believe know that Santa does not really exist. Regardless of our...
News From Lionel's Father (by Dr. C.)
I WRITE very little to you all but remember so gratefully my dear AA corporation--every day and every night, let my poor prayer fly to Heaven, hoping...
No Place to Go But Up (by J. F.)
LIKE so many others, I did not approach Alcoholics Anonymous joyfully or even willingly. I despised what I had become and that forced me to seek help...
Gratitude for a Sober Decade (by A. C.)
LAST June I celebrated my tenth year in AA, but despite all the benefits, my spiritual progress has been slow. Recently, I re-read the 1960...
Humility Is Not Abasement (by C. C. W.)
HUMILITY was my greatest need. Humility does not consist of self-contempt. Self-deprecation is not humility. Cowardice is not humility. What passes...
As I Understood Him (by M. U.)
I AM an alcoholic. I was once an atheist whether I knew it or not. I did not, could not, believe in God, as others told me I must or should, in any...
An Emotional Fall (by M. U.)
I CAN'T afford to take that first drink. One drink leads to another. Then, just like St. Paul: "The things I should not do, I do. The things I should...
The New Me (by G. H.)
I, TOO, can boast of having met an unforgettable character. Me! I know this person only slightly. Our awareness of each other began only three years...
P. O. Box 1980 (by J. S. C.)
Instead of resenting the Slogan Easy Does It, I have come to love it and, more important, to use it. Whenever I am faced with a problem I say Easy...