What Golden Books? Unbeknownst to me, most folks in A.A. have never heard of the Golden Books. Of course, I’m basing this conclusion inductively from a small representative, nonetheless the lack of online chatter and in the rooms blabber is enough supporting evidence. So What? … Read More
In the sobriety books category, we undertake the massive task of summarizing every possible book that can revolutionize your recovery!
Eckhart Tolle can be a laborious read – maybe because he’s so other-worldly or because the subject is difficult to communicate. Either way, it would seem a boot camp it necessary just to successfully tackle and comprehend his work. Below I’ve extracted 3 essential lessons … Read More
Daily Reflections Theme: Recovery, Unity, and Service. A.A.’s authorized daily devotional..a quick quip each day usually accompanied by a REFLECTED upon excerpt from another piece of conference-approved A.A. literature. The layout is elementary and so is the reading and comprehension level – it holds to … Read More
Is More Than The Basic Text Necessary? Let’s face it, the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous is the creation of newcomer confusion, especially with its archaic language and anecdotes only applicable to folks born in the early twentieth century. Some of the original members of … Read More