If these goals have meaning for you and you are interested in how 12-Step recovery might help you work toward them, then you may wish to join us in this exploration, whether you are in AA, in another fellowship, have a religious affiliation, or have no affiliation at all.
This site will introduce you to the book and through a variety of features seek to widen and deepen our understanding and practice of the principles as they relate to our individual, everyday lives.
We hope that you will find the book and the site useful in your journey of recovery. This is a work in progress. Volume 2 of Practice These Principles (Steps 4, 5, 6, 7) is projected for publication in 2019. Another two volumes are projected for later publication: Volume 3 (Steps 8, 9, 10) and Volume 4 (Steps 11 & 12, The Traditions, The Rooms).
Minor posts to this site are added weekly; major posts monthly. Also, new material is added without notice to existing posts as additional helpful resources are found: quotes, meditations, books or chapters thereof, movies, videos and audios, and more.
You may also be interested in the Goodreads, Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+ pages of Practice These Principles, to which links are given below.
12/27/18: "CS Lewis on Morality." It’s about more than not doing harm. In Links – Philosophy, Religion, Psychology, Science.
12/13/18: "I Think It's Going to Rain Tonight." In Audios & Videos - The Language of the Heart.
11/30/18: "Character Defects: Greed." In Character Defects.
10/27/18: "Hallelujah," Leonard Cohen. In Audios & Videos - The Language of the Heart.
10/09/18: Best 12-Step Meditation Books. In Best Recovery Books.
09/15/18: Step 12: “The Joy of Living.” Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, Ode to Joy. In Audios & Videos – The Language of the Heart.
Now Reading: Philosophy of Religion: An Historical Introduction, by Linda Trinkaus Zagzebski
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