You Have a Stake in the Future of AA
The Twelve Traditions were "hammered out on the anvil of experience" and presented to our Fellowship for the first time through the pages of the Grapevine - Here, the Grapevine's first editor urges us to know our Traditions well--for our own survival and
IF AA WERE to be defined in the vernacular, it might be called a blend of principle and practice which packs a terrific kick, but causes no hangovers, because it has been distilled from the essence of experience.
The great majority of us--in fact, all except two--who have gained sobriety through AA are the beneficiaries of the experience of those who preceded. Paradoxically, we also continue to benefit from the experience of those who came in with us and those who have followed. One of the chief reasons why AA works is undoubtedly the fact that it offers a minimum of theory and a... Login to read more
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