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As Bill Sees IT #77

Posted by Erin McV on June 30, 2017 at 11:05 PM


R.S.V.P. -- Yes or No?

Usually, we do not avoid a place where there is drinking -- if

we have a legitimate reason for being there. That includes

bars, night clubs, dances, receptions, weddings, even plain

ordinary parties.

You will note that we made an important qualification.

Therefore, ask yourself, "Have I any good social, business,

or personal reason for going to this place? Or am I expecting

to steal a little vicarious pleasure from the atmosphere?"

Then go or stay away, whichever seems better. But be sure

you are on solid spiritual ground before you start and that

your motive in going is thoroughly good. Do not think of

what you will get out of the occasion. Think of what you can

bring to it.

If you are shaky, you had better work with another alcoholic



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