LITTLE RED BOOK AA
The Little Red Book is a non-conference approved study guide to The Big Book which was also called The Big Red Book because of its red and yellow cover. Author's Note. The Little Red Book evolved from a series of notes originally prepared as Twelve Step suggestions for AA beginners. It aids in the study of the . One of the most-used and best-loved study companions to the Big Book, Alcoholics Anonymous, this little book has yielded a huge following, having helped millions put the Twelve Steps to work in their daily lives. Originally designed as a collection of Twelve Step suggestions for.
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In , after a strong experience with beginners meetings and The Tablemate, The Little Red Book was published by Ed Webster and Barry Collins. Dr. Bob. The Little Red Book [Alcoholics Anonymous] on wildlifeprotection.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is the original study guide to the Big Book, Alcoholics. The Little Red Book [Anonymous] on wildlifeprotection.info *FREE* or who has read the Big Book of AA and wants supplementary support should invest in this book.
One of the most-used and best-loved study companions to the Big Book, Alcoholics Anonymous, this little book has yielded a huge following, having helped millions put the Twelve Steps to work in their daily lives.
Originally designed as a collection of Twelve Step suggestions for AA beginners, The Little Red Book offers those new to recovery-and those seeking a deeper meaning in the Twelve Steps--advice on program work, sponsorship, spirituality, and much more. This fund of knowledge offers support, encouragement, and wisdom in the search for peace and contented sobriety. This is the original study guide to the Big Book, Alcoholics Anonymous.
Filled with practical information for those first days of sober living.
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Therefore, its usefulness is unquestioned. AA has a definite place for such a book.
Someday I may try to write an introduction book myself which I hope might complement favorably with The Little Red Book. Here at the Foundation we are not policemen; we're a service and AAs are free to read any book they choose.
In other words, in good old-time A. Since Bobby's letter was addressed to Barry Collins, she was approving of some kind of Minneapolis pamphlet or booklet that was being used or planned in , and it was clearly something different from "the Washington D. The A.
It was commonly referred to as "the Detroit Pamphlet" in the upper midwest because it was almost certainly originally written in mimeographed form or something of that sort by the A. The same pamphlet was also published later by the A. It worked better for beginners lessons than anything discovered in A. The important thing here however is that we do not know what kind of Minneapolis pamphlet or booklet Bobby Burger had been asked about in , or even whether Ed Webster had any hand in its writing.
It is true that it could have been some early mimeographed version of what was ultimately going to become The Little Red Book, or an indication that Ed and Barry were laying plans to write such a book, but it could equally well have been something completely different, such as some trial pamphlet written by somebody in Minneapolis that eventually ended up being discarded and thrown away.
Little Red Book An Orthodox Interpretation of the 12 Steps
At any rate, these words should have been put in brackets in Bill Pittman's introduction, because they mislead us into thinking that we know something that we do not in fact know. Bill also claimed that the Hazelden Anniversary Edition which he had printed in was a fiftieth anniversary edition, implying that it was a reprint of the first edition of The Little Red Book, when it was in fact a reprinting of the edition a later edition which included many substantive changes and additions , so we have to use Bill's work here with great caution, as something which may not be a totally dependable source of information.
Ed Webster went to meetings there in his very early sobriety, taught Beginner's Classes in December, and only left to join the Nicollet Group when it sought another meeting place along with but later than Barry Collins in I got the feeling they threw it together to make a buck because they knew it was of interest, but didn't take the time to read the book.
In fact if I had to guess I would say it was the narrators first read through. I may listen again because, knowing the material I still get information from it. I would love to see it redone properly. What do you think the narrator could have done better?
It's a serious content. Great voice but a little to Sunny if someone is bottoming out.
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None the less the message is life changing and a spiritual in content of me, healing.People who bought this also bought The Gifts of Imperfection Softcover, pp. A lack of gratitude may lead to the first drink; gratitude and sobriety go hand in hand.
The Language of Letting Go Paperback, pp. Bob actually helped Ed Webster write it, as we have already noted, but in addition, Jack H.
From the collection of Jack H. Makes me a better person and understanding of an addict close to me in my personal life.