Monthly articles on recovery and fellowship written by members of A.A. in San Francisco and Marin.
My Shortcomings (Not Yours)
By John W By the time of this challenge Things seemed to have turned, Mostly for the better, but still a mélange Of times for which I had always yearned. To avoid “laurel resting,” a
A Piece of Pie
By Cabin Wisdom Latecomers to AA meetings are such a nuisance. They arrive late. Grab what’s left of all the coffee. Make a kerfuffle in the kitchen and the meeting rooms as they shuffle in.
Rule 62 and Appreciation
By Frank T Moving from tolerance, to acceptance, to appreciation, to love.
By Dee H I named the tall tree Lucy Had no idea if it was a she It’s beyond gender you see My love for this simple tree Its poison ivy skirt reminded me Of
Neglect, The Elephant in the Room
Continuous Credibility Leads to Integrity By Rick R When we are satisfied that we have given steps one through five our best effort and have identified the most glaring defects of character and shortcomings, it