A Friend of the Fellowship
I am one of those lucky medical doctors who for years have had the pleasure and privilege to cooperate with AA and be accepted as a nonalcoholic friend of the Fellowship. (It means so much to me that sometimes I think of myself as being a part of it, so please forgive me.)
But first let me introduce myself. I had my medical education before World War II. After being a refugee in Sweden for three years during the war, and serving a four-year term as a member of the Norwegian Parliament after the war, I returned to my hometown and my medical practice in 1949.