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PO Box 1980 (by Cindi N.)
In January 1998, the Grapevine published an article by Karen L. called "Meetings, Meetings, Meetings?" Responses to that article were published in...
My Greatest Usefulness (by George B.)
When I first found Alcoholics Anonymous, part of its appeal lay in the second word of its name. Anonymity about my own alcoholism was something that...
Bill's Last Message (by Bill W.)
My dear friends, Recently an AA member sent me an unusual greeting which I would like to extend to you. He told me it was an ancient Arabian...
Inquiring Minds (by Eddie B.)
The Big Book states that "we can employ our mental faculties with assurance, for after all God gave us brains to use." The Twelve Steps and Twelve...
Anonymity-- (by Diane O.)
I believe that anonymity--the spiritual substance of it--is more important than ever today. The spiritual substance of anonymity--self-sacrifice--is...
The Quest for Spirituality (by Earle M.)
A good number of years ago, I found myself bewildered and uncertain about the meaning of spirituality and how one achieves it. After a rather frantic...
PO Box 1980 (by Bob H.)
Am I the only one who seems to have a problem with what seems to be a tendency toward hero worship in AA today? I am referring to the apparent...
Ham on Wry (by Ron W.)
A newcomer at a meeting I attended recently was reading the Traditions aloud. Finally, he got to Tradition Twelve and said, "Animosity is the...
Southeast Regional Forum
The southeast regional Forum, held in Atlanta, Georgia, December 1-3, 2006, recorded 705 participants--the highest among recent regional forums. The...
Editor's Note (by The Editor)
Dear Reader,