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People Are like People (by Anon.)
IT had been several months since I had read "I Don't Go to Meetings Any More" in the July Grapevine, but for some reason I couldn't forget the...
AA Is Never Lost! (by L. H.)
OF course, AA is a miracle, but sometimes too it seems to be a series of little miracles. You'll find them in this tale of how AA found me in England...
AA Vacation Tips (by Anon.)
WILL it be two weeks at the shore this year? Or a long-planned month in Europe? Or just a wonderfully long week end, packed with pleasure? Wherever...
Do You Drift Around Or Take a Stand? (by Ada L. W.)
WHAT are the advantages of a home-group affiliation for me? Through constant and faithful attendance at our home group, we get to know each other "...
P. O. Box 1980 (by C. J.)
Recently I had the good fortune to make a Dutch AA meeting. Took a new engineer I used to drink with twenty years ago. He's now become a worthy...
The Anecdote Bin
AND D. L. B. of the Indianapolis Home Group, reminds us of the old wheeze about the alcoholic whose wife didn't know he had a problem until he came...
Geographic Sobriety (by Ted K.)
IT was about three and a half years ago that I finally realized I was ready for Step One. AA opened a whole new way of life, pointing a pathway I...
Carrying the Message (by D. C.)
Recently, I attended a new (to me) group meeting. After two and one half years of sobriety, I relearned an important truth. When I arrived several...
Another Gripe: Color Bar? (by J. D.)
AFTER what all of us alcoholics have been through, must we still have someone to look down on? It sometimes seems that way. If you've strayed very...
Friends (by F. G.)
The first thing we need when we come into AA is friends. These come quickly if we belong to a 'home group' and attend the regular meetings. I do like...