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- What is the AA just for today?
- What is the 24 hour book AA?
- What are the paradoxes of AA?
- What books are read in AA meetings?
- Why is AA called the Big Book?
- Is AA still religious?
- What is the true success rate of AA?
- Is the Bible A.A. approved literature?
- Is the grapevine A.A. approved literature?
- How do you get an A.A. literature?
What is the AA just for today?
I’ll be unafraid just for today. To believe that the world will give to me because I notice what is beautiful is something I will not be afraid of. I am made an instrument by the Lord.
What is the 24 hour book AA?
Many alcoholics throughout the world have been helped by Twenty-Four Hours a Day. The “little black book” contains daily thoughts, meditations, and prayers for living a clean and sober life, with over nine million copies in print.
What are the paradoxes of AA?
We surrender to win, we give away to keep, we suffer to get well, and we die to live.
What books are read in AA meetings?
The story of how many thousands of men and women have Recovered from Alcoholism is contained in the Big Book of AA.
Why is AA called the Big Book?
Edward was told to use the thickest paper he could get his hands on. The big volume became known as the “Big Book” and it has stayed that way ever since.
Is AA still religious?
I wonder if it’s religious. Only the desire to stop drinking is required for membership in the organization. There is room in AA for people who do not believe in anything.
What is the true success rate of AA?
According to the New York Times, 75% of AA’s members stay out of trouble. According to the Big Book, about 50% of the people who read it stay sober after a few relapses.
Is the Bible A.A. approved literature?
There are many local A.A. central offices that publish their own meeting lists. A.A. doesn’t oppose these, even if they are from a source that A.A. doesn’t like. The Conference and G.S.O. are not interested in what A.A. members read.
Is the grapevine A.A. approved literature?
The conference recognizes the Grapevine as the international journal of AA since it can’t go through the approval process.
How do you get an A.A. literature?
Local groups, Central Service Offices and the General Service Office of AA are some of the places where AA literature can be found.