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December 1957

Closed Doors ----And Open Windows

Story of the Birth of a Hospital Group

ONCE, when the undersigned was a prisoner-of-war, the distinguished English novelist Charles Morgan wrote me to this effect: Though a prison closes doors, it may open windows. Now, some fourteen years later, I recall and seek to use again this golden counsel. I am a patient in a mental institution. Here the doors are locked. But AA has opened a window . . . .

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