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


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1.
  ... continue.  BB To Wives, p.113
Then perhaps he will be interested enough to continue.


2.
  ... continue as he is means disaster, especially ...  BB We Agnostics, p.44
To one who feels he is an atheist or agnostic such an experience seems impossible, but to continue as he is means disaster, especially if he is an alcoholic of the hopeless variety.


3.
  ... continue, beyond prudent reserves, to accumulate funds ...  BB Appendix I, The A.A. Tradition, p.564
Then too, we view with much concern those A.A. treasuries which continue, beyond prudent reserves, to accumulate funds for no stated A.A. purpose.


4.
  ... continue, beyond prudent reserves, to accumulate funds ...  12&12 Tradition Seven (Long), pp.190-191
Then, too, we view with much concern those A.A. treasuries which continue, beyond prudent reserves, to accumulate funds for no stated A.A. purpose.


5.
  ... continue for our lifetime.  BB Into Action, p.84
It should continue for our lifetime.


6.
  ... continue his program day by day.  BB Working With Others, p.99
Let the alcoholic continue his program day by day.


7.
  ... continue my work.  BB Doctor Bob's Nightmare, p.173
When I got the fog out of my brain, I decided that quitting school was very foolish and that I had better return and continue my work.


8.
  ... continue taking personal inventory, and that when ...  12&12 Step Twelve, p.108
By this time, at Step Ten, we had begun to get a basis for daily living, and we keenly realized that we would need to continue taking personal inventory, and that when we were in the wrong we ought to admit it promptly.


9.
  ... continue to be friendly to them.  BB Working With Others, p.97
You should continue to be friendly to them.


10.
  ... continue to fail, our suffering becomes acute ...  12&12 Step Four, p.53
As we redouble our efforts at control, and continue to fail, our suffering becomes acute and constant.


11.
  ... continue to fear or hate anybody, has ...  12&12 Step Ten, pp.92-93
The idea that we can be possessively loving of a few, can ignore the many, and can continue to fear or hate anybody, has to be abandoned, if only a little at a time.


12.
  ... continue to fight.  BB The Doctor's Opinion, p.xxx
There are many situations which arise out of the phenomenon of craving which cause men to make the supreme sacrifice rather than continue to fight.


13.
  ... continue to go undetected, if we say ...  12&12 Step Nine, p.86
Suppose that this may continue to go undetected, if we say nothing.


14.
  ... continue to keep a firm hand on ...  12&12 Tradition Two, p.133
They say to one another, "Perhaps it would be a good idea if we continue to keep a firm hand on A.A. in this town.


15.
  ... continue to live or most of us ...  BB Appendix I, The A.A. Tradition, p.563
A.A. must continue to live or most of us will surely die.


16.
  ... continue to live or most of us ...  12&12 Tradition One (Long), p.189
A.A. must continue to live or most of us will surely die.


17.
  ... continue to set right any new mistakes ...  BB Into Action, p.84
This thought brings us to Step Ten, which suggests we continue to take personal inventory and continue to set right any new mistakes as we go along.


18.
  Continue to speak of alcoholism as an ...  BB Working With Others, p.92
Continue to speak of alcoholism as an illness, a fatal malady.


19.
  ... continue to take personal inventory and continue ...  BB Into Action, p.84
This thought brings us to Step Ten, which suggests we continue to take personal inventory and continue to set right any new mistakes as we go along.


20.
  ... continue to turn his will and his ...  12&12 Step Three, p.39
So how, exactly, can the willing person continue to turn his will and his life over to the Higher Power?


21.
  Continue to watch for selfishness, dishonesty, resentment, ...  BB Into Action, p.84
Continue to watch for selfishness, dishonesty, resentment, and fear.


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