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  • Big Book Study - Post #6‏

    Good morning!First, letÆs answer the question posted yesterday concerning "Pot" in the Big Book. Here it is, on the old doggerel--the way Bill remembered it

    sottovoice 2 days ago
  • Big Book Study - Post #5‏

    Good morning! Welcome back!While we continue to study the forewords and the Doctor's Opinion, remember that we are using the 4th Edition. (The page numbering

    sottovoice 3 days ago
  • Big Book Study - Post #4‏

    Good morning everyone! We're still on page xvii of the foreword to the second edition. The book describes two centers of activity around 1936. AA's group

    sottovoice 4 days ago
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Our group's primary purpose is to pass on THIS MESSAGE of recovery to the still suffering Alcoholic. We are enjoying an ongoing study of our Basic Text: the Big Book.
To learn more about how the Big Book Study works please take a look at message number 6773. Our Big Book Study cycle renews every eight weeks. Come join us and Pass it on!



***********Our latest face to face Big Book Study Weekend was held at Scarborough, England where we presented "The Big Book Comes Alive!" with Jim and Dave on October 13-15 - it was a huge success!************

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Key words: Alcoholics Anonymous, AA, Big Book, Sobriety, Bill W., Dr. Bob, Spiritual Awakening, Spiritual Experience, Recovery

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