ENTRY: Vaccinating in youth a catalyst for addiction later on?

So, I recently came across this rather small photo on the fringe of some random website recently.  I was, quite frankly, appalled.  Check this out: Let me just say, what the hell!?  I really, truly am stunned and disgusted by this ad or whatever you want to call it. Ridiculous. Just to sum it up. … Continue reading ENTRY: Vaccinating in youth a catalyst for addiction later on?

ENTRY: Praying Politically

Ever since I started writing my own prayers, I quickly realized that I could craft little devotions that would speak of absolutely any subject or idea that I wanted!  It’s between me (my mind) and the pen, that’s it!  There are no rules.  Actually, truly it is between me and my God, and I have confidence … Continue reading ENTRY: Praying Politically

ENTRY: Absorbing the Big Book, before you even start it

The Big Book is a very useful tool; in fact, it's probably more useful than a new package of guitar strings would be for me…  (Yeah really, 'tis that useful.)  I would never encourage any person in recovery to live and breathe by the Big Book, just like I don’t really think a Christian person should encourage another Christian … Continue reading ENTRY: Absorbing the Big Book, before you even start it

ENTRY: Inspiration from Everywhere

I seem to remember one day a while back while seeking out some inspiration, I had asked my mother for some old religious literature.  I knew she probably had some, and I figured that it was probably only Catholic, but I really didn’t care.  She did find me a couple of very ancient looking books, … Continue reading ENTRY: Inspiration from Everywhere

ENTRY: The Isle of Denial

During a recent meeting, the chair decided to read one of the patient stories towards the end of the BB.  It was actually quite bracing for me as I’ve yet to come across an AA group or person from the program that places decent emphasis on those stories at the end.  Since they essentially are just … Continue reading ENTRY: The Isle of Denial