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The Human Story (by Jack W.)
SOMETIMES a little shove just in the right direction will save an alcoholic, sometimes a shove in the wrong direction may lose him. In March, 1950...
On the Other Hand. . . (by Anonymous)
In the November Grapevine there appeared an article by Dr. G. Aiken Taylor, a non-alcoholic and a Presbyterian pastor greatly interested in AA. His...
Lord, Grant That I May Seek Rather to Love. . .Than to Be Loved (by Bill M.)
THE question always confronts me as I go about each new day, happy in my new-found sobriety and way of life: what am I doing to pay for all these...
From the Grass Roots (by C. A. W.)
What, oh what can we do to get wives of AA members to attend meetings, and show a little gratitude to Almighty God, AA, and yes, us, as His...
A Grateful Member Looks At So-called Coincidences (by D. M. S.)
FOR one who used to be pretty much on the agnostic side, it still comes as a surprise every time those things that I used to call "coincidences"...
The Rocks of AA (by Here's How)
ALL members of Alcoholics Anonymous who are honest with themselves are sober. Some are reluctantly sober. Others are passively sober. Some are...
Do You Know Any Blind AAs?
IF you do, there's a newsletter in Braille, put out by an AA in Robesonia, Pennsylvania, as part of his Twelfth Step work. Written especially for...
Continued to Take Personal Inventory. . . (by M. W.)
THERE is a guy in our group, a little older than I am, who'd been a regular in AA for about three years when I first started going to meetings a year...
Education for Privacy"--Wisdom for Twelfth Steppers
ANYONE who seriously tries to follow the AA program for even a short time finds himself inevitably involved in helping others. This is part of the...
Are We Forgetting "The Millions Who Still Don't Know"? (by Anonymous)
I HAVE never attended one of the General Service Conferences, which are held in New York each spring, but I have been privileged to observe how much...