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PO Box 1980 (by G. S.)
I am sitting at my typewriter (on my new job), looking out my office window at the mountains, a beautiful golf course, and a courtyard that defies...
The Seven-year Itch (by J. D.)
MY AWARENESS of my underlying dissatisfaction started on my seventh anniversary celebration.
Driving a Car Isn't a Contact Sport--and Other Things I Discovered in Sobriety (by M. H.)
RECOVERY is discovery. With each new day of sobriety, we learn how alcohol distorted our lives and removed us from reality. Sobriety writes its own...
A Transforming Experience of the Spirit (by R. P.)
IN CONNECTION WITH AA's 50th Anniversary, I recently had an obsession to dig back in the archives and research the beginnings and early years of our...
A Very Special Room (by R. K.)
FRIDAY, THE NIGHT of the first day of February 1985. It is raining, with snow on the way. I have just entered the tall church house diagonally across...
Presentations On Back to Basics (by J. B.)
I HAD MY LAST DRINK on November 4, 1967, and a couple of months later I came into AA. I was soon asked to serve as a secretary for my home group, and...
PO Box 1980 (by E. B.)
It should have been a time for great expectations. Instead, I was a little edgy. I was a few days away from my first Club Med vacation in sobriety....
Beyond the Generation Gap (by B. M.)
I LOOK AROUND THE room at my home group. About forty of us. A dozen or so have been regulars since this group's first meeting ten years ago. Most of...
A Sponsor Is. . . (by P. O.)
THE KIND of question I like to hear from a newcomer is "What's a sponsor?" It shows he's been listening, and I am happy to respond. Secretly, I hope...
PO Box 1980 (by R. T.)
In my home group, the number of dropouts appears high over the years. Though we offer a good supply of hard-cover AA books at cost and pamphlets free...