. . .And the Wisdom to Know the Difference
Many AA meetings today end with the Serenity Prayer, considered by some members a more inclusive choice than the traditionally Christian Lord's Prayer. Of late my mind has been particularly preoccupied with the last line of the prayer and what it ought to be telling me about some of my own attitudes.
After twenty-seven years in the program, I often find myself thinking about how it was in 1966 when the woman who answered the intergroup phone the day I called took me, two days later, to my first meeting. There were far more men in the meetings then than women, and most of us who came... Login to read more
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