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The Yes and the No of It (by A.T.)
AS CHILDREN two of the first words which appeared in our limited, monosyllabic vocabulary were "Yes" and "No." At that time of life we used these...
Spring House Cleaning (by B.B.)
IN THE SPRING this old drunk's fancy turns to revising his inventory. This spring I really need to, for I have been having too many resentments and...
Jig-saw Puzzle (by B.L.K.)
HAVING BEEN A CONSTANT READER of our magazine, The Grapevine, since first coming to AA and a subscriber for over six years, I have received a lot of...
Conference Gleanings
JANE F. (GSH Staff Member reporting on her first three months)--"I think the incident that touched me most and symbolized the need for our service...
It Makes AA Go 'Round (by E. G. McC.)
SOMETHING HAPPENED the other night that brought anew to me the wonder of encouragement. I was watching a TV quiz program (as who does not, these days...
The Courage to Face Reality (by The Road Back)
I THINK IT WAS ST. THOMAS AQUINAS who wrote that life must be lived, even by those who cannot find the courage to face it. Surely one of the most...
On Relief Pitching (by An AA "Fan)
THERE MAY APPEAR at first glance-very little connection between the American national game of baseball and Alcoholics Anonymous but for me the two...
AA Around the World (by Anon.)
AFTER HEADING the greater part of your book "Alcoholics Anonymous" and after reading it daily, what I thought was impossible has happened. For four...
Miracle in Saskatchewan. . . (by Regina)
THE JULY GRAPEVINE SURE STARTED the ball rolling around this neck of the prairies. Talk about a "miracle"! The boys showed our local TV manager the...
Message In Psycho (by Cathi M.)
"GO HOME, SOMEONE WILL CALL YOU this evening and take you to a meeting. AA is a fellowship of men and women sharing a common problem, alcohol. You...