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A Story of the Steps
An AA tells of his experience in doing the Steps over the years
When I listen to AA's share their experience, strength and hope, I am sometimes moved. I feel touched, illuminated, empowered, educated. I have a spiritual awareness. I become a participant in their experience, strength and hope.
I had a car accident in 1954 and the hospital called my parents to tell them to immediately come to the hospital because I would probably not live through the night. I blamed the accident on the new, faulty tires I recently purchased and not on the fact that I was so drunk I had to stare at the centerline of the road because it looked like two lines. I also...
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