Tradition Twelve

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Your Move (by J. T.)
  Reader responses on the topic of anonymity. We received quite a few responses on this topic and selecting and excerpting proved a difficult...
The Costume and the Mask (by Anonymous)
I am a celebrity--by no means a big one and far from being a household word. But I'm lucky enough to see that welcome little light which now and then...
Principles Before My Personality (by Mark C.)
"My best thinking got me where I was." How many times, I wonder, have I heard that? Being a twenty-four-year-old, less-than-two-years-sober college...
. . .And the Wisdom to Know the Difference (by Isabelle H.)
Many AA meetings today end with the Serenity Prayer, considered by some members a more inclusive choice than the traditionally Christian Lord's...
Practice These Principles. . .
Why is it a good idea for me to place the common welfare of all AA members before individual welfare? What would happen to me if AA as a whole...
May Our Blessings Never Spoil Us (by D. S.)
Tradition Eleven is generally well understood, and anonymity breaks are relatively few considering the size of our Fellowship today. But Tradition...
The View from Here: - This Is the Last in a Series on the Traditions by Past Delegates to the Annual General Service Conference (by Anonymous)
Tradition Twelve: Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of all our traditions, ever reminding us to place principles before personalities. The first...
The View from Here: - This Is the Last in a Series on the Traditions by Past Delegates to the Annual General Service Conference (by Nada B.)
Tradition Twelve: Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of all our traditions, ever reminding us to place principles before personalities.
In Good Hands (by Anonymous)
One of the AA history books, AA Comes of Age, was put into my hands at precisely the right moment. I was having particular difficulty with the...
PO Box 1980 (by Kevin D.)
Today I came home to a message on my answering machine from a member of our Fellowship from Indiana. He was in town and wanted information on...