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 2017. 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, and Google+ pages of Practice These Principles, to which links are given below.
"The greatest hazard of all, losing oneself, can occur very quietly in the world, as if it were nothing at all." – Soren Kierkegaard
09/24/17: 1948 Talk by Archie T., founder of Detroit AA and author of “The Man Who Mastered Fear,” in the Big Book. In “Audios & Videos.”
08/30/17: Ebby T. Speaks in Memphis, TN in 1958. In “Audios & Videos.
8/14/17: "Dishonesty," in "Character Defects."
7/17/17: “The Lawyer, the Addict.” In “Links,” At the Public Level.
7/12/17: Sister Ignatia, “The Angel of Alcoholics Anonymous.” In “Audios & Videos.”
Now Reading: The Philosophy Book: From the Vedas to the New Atheists, 250 Milestones in the History of Philosophy, by Gregory Bassham
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