For being a recovering English major, I am embarrassed by how poorly I have understood simple sentences in my native tongue. Comprehension increased when my willingness to learn expanded. God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot
Program Math “So, when I finally took that moral inventory,” an AA said, “I found a common denominator in everything that was wrong— it was me.” Whoa. Wait. What? I am a common denominator in all my troubles? What about
Every time I read through Step Four in the 12 &12 at a meeting, I kinda wind up thinking: “Oh, I could have done the last inventory better.” Deciphering the sidebar notes I scribble on the side — the counsel
I still read the advice columns. So, today I got some advice worth repeating; I wish I had received earlier. Maybe you can relate to its commonsense. You can’t keep others from creating a scene but you can chose not to
“COVID-19 is like the background noise in my head,” my friend said. Yep. Like a dull, throbbing beat; punctuated with static, it is a tune I never can quite hear – it’s just there. It’s like the sensation I identified
Recovery from addictions in a pandemic might not be what Bill W and Dr. Bob imagined, but AA’s principles work, and their Higher Power is not social distancing! The cover of the April Grapevine is “Glad You Made It –
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