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Mutual experience is the common ground on which A.A.s meet individually and upon which A.A. has been built collectively.
Anonymous Means Victorious (by Anon.)
WE all recognize the practical reasons for anonymity. The new member, filled with all the fears of the alcoholic, may take heart that his veil of...
Why Alcoholics Anonymous Is Anonymous (by Bill W.)
Tradition Eleven: Our public relations policy is based on attraction, rather than promotion; we need always maintain personal anonymity at the level...
The Room Within Us (by Anonymous)
MANY of us come to this fellowship with a background of unbridled ego--bald, exaggerated, wholly offensive ego. Here, we are quickly absorbed into a...
Carrying the Message (by M. F.)
I have never written a letter to the Editor yet and I don't intend to make a production of this --I just feel a responsibility to comment on the...
Carrying the Message (by M. F.)
I have never written a letter to the Editor yet and I don't intend to make a production of this --I just feel a responsibility to comment on the...
Around AA - Items of AA Information and Experience (by Tommy)
"And for that I am responsible." Responsibility--an important word to each one of us in Alcoholics Anonymous. If AA is to continue growing, we must...
Are We Grooming a Show-off Elite at AA Conventions? (by Anonymous)
I LOVE AA conventions and conferences and attend every one that I can afford. But something about them bothers me, and I would like to share this...
When the Big "I" Becomes Nobody (by Harry M. Tiebout, MD)
Reprinted from the September 1965 Grapevine "And there was Dr. Harry Tiebout, our first friend of psychiatry, who very early began to use AA concepts...
Precious Anonymity (by J. W.)
THANKS to AA, I have had sixteen months of sobriety after ten years of active alcoholism. I have had so many blessings in the past year that I don't...