AA Thought for the Day
October 20, 2018
Our Big Book
In it alcoholism was described from the alcoholic's view, the spiritual idea of
the Society was codified for the first time in the Twelve Steps, and the application
of these Steps to the alcoholic's dilemma was made clear. The remainder of the book
was devoted to thirty stories or case histories in which the alcoholics described their
drinking experiences and recoveries. This established identification with alcoholic
readers and proved to them that the virtually impossible had become possible.
- Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, p. 17
Thought to Ponder
Faith makes the impossible possible.
B I G B O O K = Believing In God Beats Our Old Knowledge.
Thanks to all of you for sharing so generously of your experience, strength and hope in carrying the AA message.
Grateful to serve,
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