Home Page

Search "164 and More"
 
The Book "164 and More"
 
About Recovery Press

From the books  ...  Alcoholics Anonymous (Big Book) and Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions (12 & 12)


Click a book cover icon    to view the Big Book or 12&12 chapter, or Grapevine text


1.
View STEP FIVE essay   ... sit down and talk aloud about what ...   12&12 Step Five, p.60  
Until we actually sit down and talk aloud about what we have so long hidden, our willingness to clean house is still largely theoretical.


2.
View STEP NINE essay   ... sit down with some member of the ...   12&12 Step Nine, pp.83-84  
After coming from our first meeting, or perhaps after we have finished reading the book "Alcoholics Anonymous," we usually want to sit down with some member of the family and readily admit the damage we have done by our drinking.


3.
View INTO ACTION chapter   ... sit down with the family and frankly ...   BB Into Action, p.83  
We ought to sit down with the family and frankly analyze the past as we now see it, being very careful not to criticize them.


4.
View A VISION FOR YOU chapter   ... sit hopefully at a table, a bottle ...   BB A Vision For You, p.154  
Of course he couldn't drink, but why not sit hopefully at a table, a bottle of ginger ale before him?


5.
View STEP TWELVE essay   ... sit in A.A. meetings and listen, not ...   12&12 Step Twelve, p.110  
We sit in A.A. meetings and listen, not only to receive something ourselves, but to give the reassurance and support which our presence can bring.


6.
View TRADITION NINE essay   ... sit in the meeting place, saying, "This ...   12&12 Tradition Nine, p.173  
Groups have tried to expel members, but the banished have come back to sit in the meeting place, saying, "This is life for us; you can't keep us out."


7.
View TRADITION TWO essay   ... sit quietly on the sidelines patiently awaiting ...   12&12 Tradition Two, p.135  
The elder statesman is the one who sees the wisdom of the group's decision, who holds no resentment over his reduced status, whose judgment, fortified by considerable experience, is sound, and who is willing to sit quietly on the sidelines patiently awaiting developments.


8.
View BILL'S STORY chapter   ... sit quietly when in doubt, asking only ...   BB Bill's Story, p.13  
I was to sit quietly when in doubt, asking only for direction and strength to meet my problems as He would have me.


9.
View WORKING WITH OTHERS chapter   ... sit with a long face in places ...   BB Working With Others, p.102  
Why sit with a long face in places where there is drinking, sighing about the good old days.


The 164 and More™ Book, eBook, and Web Site are all CONCORDANCES which display passages from the Big Book Alcoholics Anonymous, the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, and the A.A. Grapevine (A.A. Preamble only).  Sorting and rendering passages in the proprietary format of the 164 and More concordance does not in any way imply affiliation with or endorsement by either Alcoholics Anonymous World Services Inc., or the A.A. Grapevine, Inc.  Further A.A.W.S. Inc. and the A.A. Grapevine Inc. have no objection to the use of this material in the 164 and More concordance.

Top of Screen  Top