The busy bylaws bees have gone through and replaced all of the legal speak with words and sentence structure more familiar to the common man or woman. They are presented here for review and may be voted on for approval at the next business meeting.
Red line version […]
“Spiritus contra spiritum” literally translates to “spirit against spirit”. Loosely translated, it refers to “a spiritual experience to counter addiction to the spirits (alcoholism).” Spiritus in Latin means both alcoholic beverages, i.e., spirits, and the highest religious experience. In relating this simple phrase, Jung confirmed for Bill that the A.A. program aimed at spiritual development […]
In my experience Step 1 was the hardest for me to come to terms with. Even before I started drinking it was necessary for me to perpetuate the illusion that I could control and handle my environment. Alcohol assisted me in following this delusion and had warped into my only solution to life’s problems. The […]
“You need to know, you are in sudden danger of dying at any moment.” Not necessarily the words one wants to hear from his doctor, but there they were. The next thing I knew I was being rushed to Cedar Siani Medical Center in Los Angeles and promptly landed in their Cardiac Critical Care Unit. […]
Greetings Salt Lake Central Office! Happy winter, hope you’re enjoying the freakishly warm weather. Probably by the time you read this we’ll be buried under feet of snow, but for now, I’ll enjoy not needing a winter coat.
Well, the elections for the Standing Committees are done, and we have a number of people who […]
There are a number of critical service positions open at the central office. We are a volunteer run operation and you, yes you are the volunteers.
Open Chair positions to be filled:
Activities – Coordinates our fellowship events, picnics, pot lucks and plain old whoopee parties.
Archives – Our historian.
Newsletter – Creates and […]
Oh the holidays. “Festivus for the rest of us” stems from the show “Seinfeld”. George’s dad explains one Festivus tradition as “After Christmas dinner you gather all the family around and you tell them all the ways they have disappointed you over the past year!” Oh, how my family loves doing that, only it’s not […]
The first time I got drunk was at age 14, and for some reason I thought “I can control this and I can do this whenever I want for as long as I want” right off the bat. I tried to prove that that I could control it for about 37 years. Then came the […]
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