Tradition Three

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A Plan of Operation (by R. L. O.)
EACH member of AA, after a period of orientation--that is, after the period of confusion and indecision that we all experience when we first come on...
Carrying the Message (by R. B.)
After reading "Another Gripe" February, 1965, I should like to suggest that if there are segregated groups in certain areas I hope that they reread...
A Beef from Australia (by A. K.)
I AM AN inmate of a South Australian prison, and I've got a beef. At our regular AA meeting, I heard one of the "outside" visitors say, "You will be...
Here on the Moon We're Serene and Pure (by E. S.)
June 28, 1998 The Moon DEAR GRAPEVINE:
PO Box 1980 (by G. A.)
Much noise is being made by local AAs because, they say, there are many coming into AA who are not alcoholics. Since when is being an alcoholic a...
PO Box 1980 (by J. B.)
A little over two years ago, I was looking up from the bottomless pit of alcoholism, and for the first time in twenty-four years, I saw some hope for...
PO Box 1980 (by B. C.)
I am a very grateful alcoholic. I have had complete abstinence since September 4, 1966. Today, I went to a meeting marked "closed" in the local AA...
PO Box 1980 (by D. R.)
In the time I've been in AA, I've heard a number of times when people were asked to leave meetings. Recently, I heard about a boy eleven years old,...
PO Box 1980 (by D. H.)
If any of us start policing one another on language, dress, lifestyle, whatever, then we might as well toss out the Third Tradition. And that just...
PO Box 1980 (by J. K.)
I sought out AA because I believed I had a drinking problem. I was apprehensive but not afraid. I read quite a bit and tried to latch on to...