Each group has but one primary purpose--to carry its message to the alcoholic who still suffers - From the June 1970 Grapevine
On my fourth sober AA day, I was sitting alone in one of our musty old meeting rooms, very sad and very broke. All the AAs had seemed very kind in their desire to help, but none of them had mentioned money. And like thousands of other new members, I believed my biggest problems were financial. Yet not one person had offered a loan.
Then, suddenly, one of those big, handsome, gray-templed, well-dressed old-timers strode in with a friendly smile widening his face. He stuck out his hand and squeezed mine. "If I can help you any way at all, just say so, and I'll do it!" he declared... Login to read more
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