“Change is the characteristic of all growth. From drinking to sobriety, from dishonesty to honesty, from conflict to serenity, from hate to love, from childish dependence to adult responsibility– all this and infinitely more represent change for the better.” ~Bill W
The stories of Alcoholics Anonymous members across the globe are the stories of changed lives. WE connect with each other and carry the message of recovery by sharing what we were like, what happened and what we are like now. To keep this gift, we must “give it away.”
We in District 4 invite you to share the story of YOUR changed life as your anniversary gift to the fellowship. Are you celebrating a milestone? Tell us how you did it by commenting below or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org :
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Want to share your story but not sure what to say or how to say it? Check out the Grapevine to see what others have said about their recovery journey.
Since June 1944 Alcoholics Anonymous has offered a wonderful forum for journaling the growth of the fellowship and transmitting personal stories of experience, strength and hope from one alcoholic to the next, in written form. Check out this month’s issue by clicking the link below:
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