Your Way, My Way--Or AA's Way?
Around the Tables
AROUND THE TABLES, we seldom hear anyone saying, "Each one can do it his own way." The idea is put into practice there, but not voiced. Mostly, we hear it said aloud by those who simply don't get around the tables very often. This is not my own observation; rather, it was deftly pointed out to me. I then did some minor research. Indeed, the members giving lip service to the freedom of AA are, strangely enough, those who just don't get to many meetings and are, not so strangely, miserable.