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Tradition Week (by B.H.)
We conducted a meeting devoted entirely to the discussion of the 12 Traditions. It was interesting to note that a number of fairly representative...
Joe Blow's Dough
THE money mathematics of the individual AA are remarkably simple. Yet, somehow, in our opposition to 'organization' we have, with the delightful...
The Anecdote Bin
Dedicated to the lighter side of our common problem, The Anecdote Bin will contain bits and pieces as they accumulate. If you have a favorite story...
P. O. Box 1980 (by H. B.)
This is a note to Mr. Ed Who muster fawn upon his had Elsie wooden written wot we awl scene When we turned in the Grapevine to Page 17.[1] We have...
P. S. From the Editor (by Beth K.)
(Since the Annual General Service Conference will be held while this issue is current, I am turning this space over to the Conference Secretary, For...
With the Strength of a Legion (by A. A.)
AT recent meetings extra attention has been given to the Twelve Traditions. The one which struck me as most vital was the First Tradition, on unity.
Sponsorship: Source of Wisdom (by Anon.)
"The wisdom of the individual is not sufficient for the apprehension of the ability to say 'no' to oneself. If one fails to accept the teaching of a...
On the Grapevine (by The Editors)
THE THEME of this year's General Service Conference (see page 43) is drawn from the First Tradition: Personal recovery depends upon AA unity. By the...
PO Box 1980 (by R. T.)
After a recent discussion meeting, in which everyone shared the experience of using the AA principles in all their affairs, what came to my mind was...
One Giant Step (by W. H.)
I WAS A GREAT word man. Knew all kinds of words, even had a certain facility with them. Glibness came to my rescue more than once when I needed a...