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Old 08-08-2013, 11:26 AM   #1
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Sobriety does not remove responsibility.

There is strength in surrender.

Never take recovery for granted.

With God's help, even our failures can be useful in our recovery.

NUTS Not Using The Steps

C H A N G E = Choosing Honesty Allows New Growth Every day

B E S T = Been Enjoying Sobriety Today?

F I N E = Free, Independent, New and Energetic

T H I N K = The Happiness I Never Knew

S O B E R = Son Of a Basket, Everything's Real

A A's - R - U S = Alcoholics Anonymous Recovery Unity Service

S T E P S = Solutions To Every Problem in Sobriety

A S A P = Always Say A Prayer

F I N E = Free, Independent, New and Energetic

B O G G L E = Bad Or Good, God Loves Everyone

The only thing you get from sitting on the pity pot is a ring around your butt and nobody to show it to!
--Anonymous

In A.A., it does not matter what our material condition is, what matters greatly is our spiritual condition.

F A I L U R E =
Fearful, Arrogant, Insecure, Lonely, Uncertain, Resentful, Empty.

G O D = Good Orderly Direction

E G O = Easing God Out

A C T I O N = Any Change Toward Improving One's Nature.

S O B E R = Spiritually On Beam; Everything's Right

H A L T = Hope, Acceptance, Love, Tolerance

C A R E = Comforting And Reassuring Each other

One of the main differences between an active alcoholic and a recovering alcoholic can be expressed as a matter of tense;, the active alcoholic tends to live in the future or in the past, the sober alcoholic strives to live in the present.


We in A.A. have the privilege of living two lives in one lifetime, one life of drunkenness, failure and defeat; then, through the grace of God and A.A., another life of sobriety, happiness and usefulness.


If we don't introduce the newcomer to the Big Book, how will he or she know what they don't know.

Surrender and willingness are the keys to our recovery.

If you claim to be sober; look it, act it, sound it particularly
at meetings since we have a program of attraction.

If we are not part of the solution we are part of the problem.

Reality does not change; our perception of it does when we sober up.

Doing what is written in the Big Book produces the promises in the Big Book.

One drink is too many and a thousand not enough.

"Show me a grateful alcoholic -- an i'll show you a sober one" -- the late Dick N.

A N O N Y M O U S =
Actions, Not Our Names, Yield Maintenance Of Unity and Service.

A C T I O N = Any Change Toward Improving One's Nature

S W A T = Surrender, Willingness, Acceptance, and Trust

H O P E = Happy Our Program Exists

H O P E = Hang On; Pray Every day

A S A P = Always Say A Prayer

D E N I A L = Don't Even Notice I Am Lying.

F E A R = Forever Escaping And Retreating

H O W = Honest, Open, and Willing

It is better to offer help too soon then risk being too late.

Alcoholism does not take a vacation when we do.

Wouldn't we be better off if we shared experiences rather then opinions.
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"No matter what you have done up to this moment, you get 24 brand-new hours to spend every single day." --Brian Tracy
AA gives us an opportunity to recreate ourselves, with God's help, one day at a time. --Rufus K.
When you get to the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on. --Franklin D. Roosevelt
We stay sober and clean together - one day at a time!
God says that each of us is worth loving.
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