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AA Area 55 Pig Roast 2024

AA Pig Roast

The 2024 Annual Pig Roast Is Calling You

Saturday – July 20, 2024 – 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm – Food will be served at 1:00 pm.

St. Luke’s Pavilion
20 S Yondota Rd
Curtice, OH 43412

The pig roast menu will consist of smoked pork with with coleslaw, baked beans, and dessert! There will be fellowship, and games for the children. We will also have corn hole, swimming, and Karaoke. Bring a lawn chair, suns, screen, insect repellent and your own lawn games if you wish. Family and friends are welcome!

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No Boundaries

Meditation is something which can always be further developed. It has no boundaries, of width or height or depth. Aided by such instruction and example as we can find, it is essentially an individual adventure, something which each one of us works out in his own way. But its object is always the same: to improve our conscious contact with God, with His grace, wisdom, and love. And let’s always remember that meditation is in reality intensely practical. One of its first fruits is emotional balance. With it we can broaden and deepen the channel between ourselves and God as we understand Him.

Twelve and Twelve, Pages 101-102 (#ad)

Meeting Adversity

“Our spiritual and emotional growth in A.A. does not depend so deeply upon success as it does upon our failures and setbacks. If you will bear this in mind, I think that your slip will have the effect of kicking you upstairs, instead of down. “We A.A.’s have had no better teacher than Old Man Adversity, except in those cases where we refuse to let him teach us.”

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“Now and then all of us fall under heavy criticism. When we are angered and hurt, it’s difficult not to retaliate in kind. Yet we can restrain ourselves and then probe ourselves, asking whether our critics were really right. If so, we can admit our defects to them. This usually clears the air for mutual understanding. “Suppose our critics are being unfair. Then we can try to calm persuasion. If they continue to rant, it is still possible for us – in our hearts – to forgive them. Maybe a sense of humor can be our saving grace – thus we can both forgive and forget.”

1. Letter, 1958
2. Letter, 1966

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