Behind Our Excuses – As Bill Sees It #267

As excuse-makers and rationalizers, we drunks are champions. It is the business of the psychiatrist to find the deeper causes for our conduct. Though uninstructed in psychiatry, we can, after a little time in A.A., see that our motives have not been what we thought they were, and that we have been motivated by forcesContinue reading “Behind Our Excuses – As Bill Sees It #267”

Again at the Crossroads – Grapevine Article November 1961 by Bill W.

WE AAs are everywhere developing a keener sense of our history and the meaning of its turning points. Moreover, I believe that we are getting a right sense of our history; something of the utmost importance indeed. The world’s past reveals that many societies and nations have fallen victims to fear and pride, or to their aggressiveContinue reading “Again at the Crossroads – Grapevine Article November 1961 by Bill W.”

Mashup – Courage & Prudence from As Bill Sees It With Exploration Of What Is Prudence

Courage&Prudence – As Bill Sees It # 91 When fear persisted, we knew it for what it was, and we became able to handle it. We began to see each adversity as a God-given opportunity to develop the kind of courage which is born of humility, rather than of bravado. << << << >> >> >>Continue reading “Mashup – Courage & Prudence from As Bill Sees It With Exploration Of What Is Prudence”

Courage and Prudence – As Bill Sees It # 91

When fear persisted, we knew it for what it was, and we became able to handle it. We began to see each adversity as a God-given opportunity to develop the kind of courage which is born of humility, rather than of bravado. << << << >> >> >> Prudence is a workable middle ground, aContinue reading “Courage and Prudence – As Bill Sees It # 91”