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The 7 Deadly – A Quick Inventory
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The 7 Deadly – A Quick Inventory

I was playing around the internet this weekend and ran across and interesting website, www.thejaywalker.com. I found this on it...
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Emmet Fox and Alcoholics Anonymous
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Emmet Fox and Alcoholics Anonymous

Copyright © The A.A. Grapevine, Inc., February 1996 One of the very early recovering alcoholics who worked with co-founder Bill...
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There Are No “Musts” in the Program
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There Are No “Musts” in the Program

How many times have you heard that said in meetings of Alcoholic Anonymous? After being around the rooms for over...
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Life On Life’s Terms
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Life On Life’s Terms

Greetings family - I had a sponsee reach out to me via text this morning and asked this question... "Do...
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Breaking Down Step Eight – One Man’s Experience
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Breaking Down Step Eight – One Man’s Experience

I love getting to hear the experience, strength and hope of other recovered alcoholics that they share along their journey....
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My Four Awakenings
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My Four Awakenings

Just my experience... I am grateful beyond measure that I have allowed myself to experience #teachablemoments in A.A. where I...
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The Importance of a Home Group
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The Importance of a Home Group

When I first came into AA, I didn't have the understanding of the home group I have today.  That said,...
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Action & More Action
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Action & More Action

Greetings family, I drove to Abilene, TX (about 3 hours West of Fort Worth) yesterday for a service commitment and...
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Seconds and Inches
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Seconds and Inches

Have you ever heard of the phrase, "If/Then"? IF this happens... THEN this occurs? I was recently sitting down with...
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The Relationship Between General Service and Intergroups
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The Relationship Between General Service and Intergroups

In a 2011 letter, former General Service Board Chair, Ward Ewing, sums up the relationship, “In some places, a reciprocal...
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Holiday Greeting From Bill W.
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Holiday Greeting From Bill W.

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The Promises Are Conditional
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The Promises Are Conditional

In Chapter 6, "Into Action," we find what are commonly referred to as the 9th Step Promises just after it...
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Guided Audio Meditation for A.A. Members
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Guided Audio Meditation for A.A. Members

Many members of A.A. believe that their Higher Power (or God) is found in the stillness – in the quiet....
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The Solution to My Problem
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The Solution to My Problem

I continue to be amazed at the things I hear in A.A. meetings these days.  I hear a lot of...
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Teachable Moments
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Teachable Moments

What Have Been Your Biggest Teachable Moments? There are many teachable moments on our journey to becoming recovered alcoholics available...
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Do You Learn Better With Video?
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Do You Learn Better With Video?

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The Service Sponsor
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The Service Sponsor

The following was reprinted from pages 25-27 the pamphlet P-17: Questions and Answers on Sponsorship with permission from A.A. World Services, Inc....
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The Group Inventory
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The Group Inventory

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What Is the Difference Between Delusion and Denial?
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What Is the Difference Between Delusion and Denial?

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Who Decides What The Conference Votes On?
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Who Decides What The Conference Votes On?

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