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Web Pagehttp://quarantinedandsober.orgAlcoholics Anonymous a.k.a. "The Big Book"Chair30+ Days
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Jan 01SatMonique B.Daily ReflectionsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Jan 02SunJim T.As Bill Sees Itnancy c (SPEAKER) LC from Q&S
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SatValerie Daily ReflectionsPg. 193 Gratitude in ActionKent PChad
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Jan 05WedLiz W.12&12 TraditionsPg 180 Tradition Eleven “Our public relations policy is based on attraction rather than promotion; we need always maintain personal anonymity at the level of press, radio, and films.”Kent P (SPEAKER) Gary W. (Q&S)
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Jan 06ThuCappy M.12&12 StepsPg. 111 "Now comes the biggest question yet." (Step Twelve)NO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Jan 07FriTerry H.Living Sober Pg. 4 2 Staying away from the first drink John G
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Jan 08SatMonique B.Daily ReflectionsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Jan 09SunJim T.As Bill Sees Itnancy c (SPEAKER) Tracy N. (Cali)
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Jan 10MonValerie BB StoriesPg. 200 Women Suffer TooKent PTBD
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Jan 11TueJan YBB StudyPg. 151 A Vision for You
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Jan 12WedLiz W.12&12 TraditionsPg 184 Tradition Twelve “Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of all our traditions, ever reminding us to place principles before personalities.”Kent P (SPEAKER) Jonathan L. (Washington state)
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Jan 13ThuCappy M.12&12 StepsPg. 119 "A.A. has many single alcoholics who wish to marry...." (Step TwelNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Jan 14FriTerry H.Living SoberPg. 5 3-Using the 24-hour planJohn GChad C
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Jan 15SatMonique B.Daily ReflectionsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Jan 16SunJim T.As Bill Sees Itnancy c (SPEAKER) Chad C (Q&S)
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Jan 17MonValerie W. BB StoriesPg. 208 Our Southern FriendChad C
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Jan 18TueJan YBB StudyPg. 158 “So, you see, there were three alcoholics in that town”
(A Vision for You)
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Jan 19WedLiz W.12&12 TraditionsPg 129 Tradition One “Our common welfare should come first; personal recovery depends upon A.A. unity.”Kent (SPEAKER) Jennifer L - Washington State
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Jan 20ThuCappy M.12&12 StepsIntroduction and ForewordNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Jan 21FriTerry H.Living SoberPg. 7 4-Remembering that alcoholism is an incurable, progressive, fatal disease John G
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Jan 22SatMonique B.Daily ReflectionsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Jan 23SunJim T.As Bill Sees ItNancy C (SPEAKER) Bernie G. Wa. State
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Jan 24MonValerie BB StoriesPg. 213 "Four alcoholics played bridge....." (Our Southern Friend)
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Jan 25TueJan YBB StudyPERSONAL STORIES – Part I “Pioneers of AA”
Pg. 171 Doctor Bob’s Nightmare
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Jan 26WedLiz W.12&12 TraditionsPg 132 Tradition Two “For our group purpose there is but one ultimate authority—a loving God as He may express Himself in our group conscience. Our leaders are but trusted servants; they do not govern.” (SPEAKER)
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Jan 27ThuCappy M.12&12 StepsPg 21 Step One “We admitted we were powerless over alcohol—that our lives had become unmanageable.”NO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Jan 28FriTerry H.Living SoberPg. 10 5-Live and Let liveJohn G
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Jan 29SatMonique B.Daily ReflectionsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Jan 30SunJim T.As Bill Sees Itnancy c (SPEAKER) Gina M. (Nameless Bunch of Drunks)
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Jan 31MonValerie BB Stories
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Feb 01TueJan YBB Study
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Feb 02WedLiz W.12&12 TraditionsPg 139 Tradition Three “The only requirement for A.A. membership is a desire to stop drinking.” (SPEAKER) Pete O. (Louisiana)
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Feb 03ThuCappy M.12&12 StepsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Feb 04FriTerry H.Living SoberPg. 13 6-Getting activeJohn G
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Feb 05SatMonique B.Daily ReflectionsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Feb 06SunJim T.As Bill Sees Itnancy c (SPEAKER) Sarah A.
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Feb 07MonValerie BB Stories
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Feb 08TueJan YBB Study
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Feb 09WedLiz W.12&12 TraditionsPg 146 Tradition Four “Each group should be autonomous except in matters affecting other groups or A.A. as a whole.” (SPEAKER)
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Feb 10ThuRoss12&12 StepsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Feb 11FriTerry H.Living SoberPg. 18 7-Using the Serenity PrayerJohn G
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Feb 12SatMonique B.Daily ReflectionsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Feb 13SunJim T.As Bill Sees It (SPEAKER) Ellen H. Q&S.
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Feb 14MonValerie BB Stories
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Feb 15TueJan YBB Study
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Feb 16WedLiz W.12&12 TraditionsPg 150 Tradition Five “Each group has but one primary purpose—to carry its message to the alcoholic who still suffers.” (SPEAKER)
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Feb 17ThuLiz C.12&12 StepsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Feb 18FriTerry H.Living SoberPg. 19 8-Changing old routines
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Feb 19SatMonique B.Daily ReflectionsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Feb 20SunJim T.As Bill Sees It
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Feb 21MonValerie BB Stories
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Feb 22TueJan YBB Study
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Feb 23WedLiz W.12&12 TraditionsPg 160 Tradition Seven “An A.A. group ought never endorse, finance, or lend the A.A. name to any related facility or outside enterprise, lest problems of money, property, and prestige divert us from our primary purpose.” (SPEAKER)
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Feb 24ThuLiz C.12&12 StepsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Feb 25FriTerry H.Living SoberPg. 22 9-Eating or drinking something—usually, sweet
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Feb 26SatMonique B.Daily ReflectionsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Feb 27SunJim T.As Bill Sees It (SPEAKER)
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Feb 28MonValerie BB Stories
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Mar 01TueJan YBB Study
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Mar 02WedLiz W.12&12 TraditionsPg 166 Tradition Eight “Alcoholics Anonymous should remain forever nonprofessional, but our service centers may employ special workers.” (SPEAKER)
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Mar 03ThuLiz C.12&12 StepsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Mar 04FriTerry H.Living SoberPg. 24 10-Making use of "telephone therapy"
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Mar 05SatMonique B.Daily ReflectionsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Mar 06SunJim T.As Bill Sees It (SPEAKER)
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Mar 07MonValerie BB Stories
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Mar 08Tue
Jan Y
BB Study
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Mar 09WedLiz W.12&12 TraditionsPg 172 Tradition Nine “A.A., as such, ought never be organized; but we may create service boards or committees directly responsible to those they serve.” (SPEAKER)
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Mar 10ThuRoss12&12 StepsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Mar 11FriTerri H.Living SoberPg. 26 11-Availing yourself of a sponsor
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Mar 12SatMonique B.Daily ReflectionsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Mar 13SunJim T.As Bill Sees It (SPEAKER)
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Mar 14MonValerie BB Stories
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Mar 15TueJan YBB Study
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Mar 16WedLiz W.12&12 TraditionsPg 176 Tradition Ten “Alcoholics Anonymous has no opinion on outside issues; hence the A.A. name ought never be drawn into public controversy.” (SPEAKER)
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Mar 17ThuJackie K12&12 StepsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Mar 18FriTerry H.Living SoberPg. 30 12-Getting plenty of rest
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Mar 19SatMonique B.Daily ReflectionsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Mar 20SunJim T.As Bill Sees It (SPEAKER)
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Mar 21MonValerie BB Stories
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Mar 22TueJan YBB Study
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Mar 23WedLiz W.12&12 TraditionsPg 180 Tradition Eleven “Our public relations policy is based on attraction rather than promotion; we need always maintain personal anonymity at the level of press, radio, and films.” (SPEAKER)
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Mar 24ThuRoss12&12 StepsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Mar 25FriTerry H.Living SoberPg. 32 13-First Things First
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Mar 26SatMonique B.Daily ReflectionsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Mar 27SunJim T.As Bill Sees It (SPEAKER)
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Mar 28MonValerieBB Stories
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Mar 29TueJan YBB Study
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Mar 30WedLiz W.12&12 TraditionsPg 184 Tradition Twelve “Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of all our traditions, ever reminding us to place principles before personalities.” (SPEAKER)
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Mar 31ThuRoss12&12 StepsNO MEETINGN/AN/AN/A
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Apr 01FriTerry H.Living SoberPg. 33 14-Fending off loneliness