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


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1.
  ... responsibility?  12&12 Step Four, p.51
Did I try to cover up those feelings of inadequacy by bluffing, cheating, lying, or evading responsibility?


2.
  ... responsibility.  12&12 Tradition Six, p.157
It would be a good thing, they believed, for the liquor trade to show a sense of public responsibility.


3.
  ... responsibility and trust, we try to be ...  12&12 Step Twelve, p.124
When by devoted service to family, friends, business, or community we attract widespread affection and are sometimes singled out for posts of greater responsibility and trust, we try to be humbly grateful and exert ourselves the more in a spirit of love and service.


4.
  ... responsibility and ultimate authority for A.A. world ...  BB Appendix VII, Twelve Concepts (Short Form), p.574
I. Final responsibility and ultimate authority for A.A. world services should always reside in the collective conscience of our whole Fellowship.


5.
  ... responsibility, every alcoholic would shrug and say, ...  12&12 Tradition Seven, p.164
Relieved of responsibility, every alcoholic would shrug and say, "Oh, the Foundation is wealthy -- why should I bother?"


6.
  ... responsibility fell upon us to develop the ...  12&12 Tradition Eleven, p.180
Therefore, a great responsibility fell upon us to develop the best possible public relations policy for Alcoholics Anonymous.


7.
  ... responsibility for others.  BB To Wives, pp.119-120
Both of you will awaken to a new sense of responsibility for others.


8.
  ... responsibility for the well-being of his help, ...  BB To Employers, p.137
Nearly every modern employer feels a moral responsibility for the well-being of his help, and he tries to meet these responsibilities.


9.
  ... responsibility for the well-being of others at ...  12&12 Step Nine, p.87
For the readiness to take the full consequences of our past acts, and to take responsibility for the well-being of others at the same time, is the very spirit of Step Nine.


10.
  ... responsibility for well-being of others is spirit ...  12&12 Contents (Step Nine), p.8
Readiness to take consequences of our past and to take responsibility for well-being of others is spirit of Step Nine.


11.
  ... responsibility in most world service matters should ...  BB Appendix VII, Twelve Concepts (Short Form), p.574
VI. The Conference recognizes that the chief initiative and active responsibility in most world service matters should be exercised by the trustee members of the Conference acting as the General Service Board.


12.
  ... responsibility of supporting A.A. headquarters directly upon ...  12&12 Contents (Tradition Seven), p.11
Placing the responsibility of supporting A.A. headquarters directly upon A.A. members.


13.
  ... responsibility of those people who financially support ...  BB Appendix I, The A.A. Tradition, p.564
Their management should be the sole responsibility of those people who financially support them.


14.
  ... responsibility of those people who financially support ...  12&12 Tradition Six (Long), p.190
Their management should be the sole responsibility of those people who financially support them.


15.
  ... responsibility should be matched by an equal ...  BB Appendix VII, Twelve Concepts (Short Form), p.575
X. Every service responsibility should be matched by an equal service authority, with the scope of such authority well defined.


16.
  ... responsibility that each must discharge.  BB Appendix VII, Twelve Concepts (Short Form), p.574
IV. At all responsible levels, we ought to maintain a traditional "Right of Participation," allowing a voting representation in reasonable proportion to the responsibility that each must discharge.


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