I HAD TO SEE AN “I” DOCTOR

Blindness In More Ways Author: Catherine Pulsifer, © 2011 We all too often refer to the state of blindness as a physical disability. And, we all know how debilitating this physically challenging state can be for those who had sight previously...

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THE PROMISES

The promises of Recovery are not just those found after Step 9. The promises of Recovery are found all through the Big Book. Here are some of them... each of us will find many more that are...

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Meditation in Early AA by Dick B.

A Look at Meditation in Early A.A. If you don't know what "meditation" is, just hummmm or make fun of it. That's what Dick B. found when he went to early meetings. And why? Because...

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Five Important Thing to Remember

Five (5) lessons about the way we treat people 1 - First Important Lesson - Cleaning Lady. During my second month of college, our professor Gave us a pop quiz. I was a conscientious student And had breezed...

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Funny for Today

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Why We Fail In Sponsorship

Approaching the New Comer One way to do it… The meeting has ended and you have identified a new comer that you want to talk to because they identified themselves at the beginning of the meeting. ‘Hello, my name is _________, glad...

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Rules from God for 2009

1. Wake Up!! Decide to have a good day. "Today is the day the Lord hath made; let us rejoice and be glad in it" Psalms 118:24 2. Dress Up!! The best way to...

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Making Amends…funny

My friend sent this to me and I thought it was just too good not to share with all of you. Just when you have lost faith in human kindness, someone who teaches at Kean Elementary in Wooster, Ohio...

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AA’s First Five Years

In AA’s First Five Years Lois W., wife of AA’s co-founder, Bill W., recalls the time in AA when there were few members and no Big Book. In the early days of AA things were...

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Is Anyone Listening?

"Is Anyone Listening?" By Bob Perks "How are you today?" "I'm fine, how are you?" "I'm not so good today." Silence. Most of the time we take conversations like this as simple chit-chat. Nice words spoken as a courtesy without real concern...

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