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Chapel Hill, N. C., Weekly: "James S., the novelist who lives in Chapel Hill, is a member of Alcoholics Anonymous. . . . "One day recently he got a...
A Lot of Good Things Happen in the Rain (by J. C. S.)
IN THE November edition of The GRAPEVINE there was a brief paragraph about "not staying away from an AA meeting because of rain." Of course it is an...
The Good Doers (by V. K.)
AA Group Directory tells us that there are in San Mateo, Cal. 3 groups, in total about 100 members. These are the good doers to whom I will give our...
The Twelve Steps and the Older Member (by J. E.)
AS I enter my seventh year of consecutive twenty-four-hour periods of sobriety in AA I am meeting more and more members who feel that the program--...
Sidebar (by Anonymous)
The average member does not, I suppose, spend more than five minutes a day in prayer, asking and thanking for help to keep sober. He is awake about...
Dear Editors: (by P. H. G.)
Those winds again: In the March issue of the Grapevine, under the general head "Winds of Change," there were three articles and an editorial...
About Alcoholism - Alcoholism Information, Research and Treatment (by The Journal (Addiction Research Fou)
Many of these items are contrary to AA philosophy. Their publication here does not mean that the Grapevine endorses or approves them; they are...
Staying Open to Change (by Ed C.)
I recently heard at a meeting, "If you really work the Third Step fully, like I did, you won't need any outside help." The next person added that his...
While There Is Life (by Vivek S.)
My life is getting better one day at a time, all thanks to AA where I have found God. There are days on which my serenity, tolerance, and patience...
My First Twelfth-step Call (by Cliffy T.)
One day I got a phone call from a friend in the program who said he needed me to go on a Twelfth-Step call. Being new in the program and never having...