August 2019 | African-American Alcoholics in AA

Not too much to ask

A member reminds us that it never hurts to be kind, patient and accepting of one another

On July 18, 1987, I came to the end of the road. No hope. No awareness. Nowhere to go. A bench warrant had been issued for my arrest because I had not appeared in court for sentencing. 

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