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Perrysburg Staying Sober 37th Anniversary

Perrysburg Staying Sober Anniversary

Perrysburg Staying Sober Anniversary

Perrysburg Staying Sober is having our 37th anniversary celebration. We invite one and all to help us celebrate helping other alcoholics stay sober for 37 years! Come join us for fellowship, pizza, cake, and a special lead speaker (Michael D.).


Sunday – November 13, 2022 – Doors open at 6:00 pm, and a lead speaker at 6:30 pm.


American Legion Post 28

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All or Nothing?

Acceptance and faith are capable of producing 100 per cent sobriety. In fact, they usually do; and they must, else we could have no life at all. But the moment we carry these attitudes into our emotional problems, we find that only relative results are possible. Nobody can, for example, become completely free from fear, anger, and pride.

Hence, in this life we shall attain nothing like perfect humility and love. So we shall have to settle, respecting most of our problems, for a very gradual progress, punctuated sometimes by heavy setbacks. Our old-time attitude of “all or nothing” will have to be abandoned.

1. Grapevine, March 1962

Morning Thoughts

Ask Him in your morning meditation what you can do each day for the man who is still sick.
Alcoholics Anonymous, Page 164 (#ad)

For many years I pondered over God’s will for me, believing that perhaps a great destiny had been ordained for my life. After all, having been born into a specific faith, hadn’t I been told early that I was “chosen”? It finally occurred to me, as I considered the above passage, that God’s will for me was simply that I practice Step Twelve on a daily basis. Furthermore, I realized I should do this to the best of my ability. I soon learned that the practice aids me in keeping my life in the context of the day at hand.

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