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His and Hers To Celebrate 48 Years

His and Hers AA Anniversary Celebration

48 Years For His and Hers AA Meeting

Wednesday – May 30, 2018 – Doors open at 7:30 – meeting to follow at 8:30

Christ Presbyterian Church
4245 W Sylvania Ave.
Toledo, Ohio 43612

Come join in with loads of other grateful recovering alcoholics, and help the His and Hers AA group celebrate 48 years of helping the next sick and suffering alcoholic to find and maintain sobriety. We will have pizza, pop, cake, and fellowship. Family and friends are welcome. Hope to see you there!

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A.A.’s School of Life

Within A.A., I suppose, we shall always quarrel a good bit. Mostly, I think, about how to do the greatest good for the greatest number of drunks. We shall have our childish spats and snits over small questions of money management and who is going to run our groups for the next six months. Any bunch of growing children (and that is what we are) would hardly be in character if they did less. These are the growing pains of infancy, and we actually thrive on them. Surmounting such problems, in A.A.’s rather rugged school of life, is a healthy exercise.

A.A. Comes of Age – Page 233

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Blind Trust?

“Most surely, there can be no trust where there is no love, nor can be real love where distrust holds malign sway. “But does trust require that we be blind to other people’s motives or, indeed, to our own? Not at all; this would be folly. Most certainly, we should assess the capacity for harm as well as the capability for good in every person that we would trust. Such a private inventory can reveal the degree of confidence we should extend in any given situation. “However, this inventory needs to be taken in a spirit of understanding and love. Nothing can so much bias our judgment as the negative emotions of suspicion, jealousy, or anger. “Having vested our confidence in another person, we ought to let him know of our full support. Because of this, more often than not he will respond magnificently, and far beyond our first expectations.”

Letter 1966