From the May 1954 magazine.

A Few Suggestions

from the groupvine

Some speakers at group meetings, in their desire to be regarded as regular guys with a message to newly arrived members, frequently resort to the sort of language which earned for English soldiers in France who fought Joan of Arc's troops the sobriquet "goddams." True, a group meeting is not a Sunday school, but many are held in church basements, and are attended by some church people. So why do it?

After group meetings we often seethe chap who stands like Napoleon on the Bellerophon, an isolated figure, shaky and friendless. He has a load of trouble; why not get a load of some of...

-- Charlie H.

Toronto, Ontario