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SPEAKER SET: Br. Alexis-Spirituality 1984   (Single)  Total time across all 2 files is 2.8 hours.
Br. Alexis (Silver Spring, MD)  1 of 2
5/27/1984 in Snowshoe Mountain, MD  EVENT: 1st Snowshoe Roundup  TYPE: AA, Male, Workshop  ( 1 hr 24 min )

"There are, I suggest, three fundamental requirements for growth in the spiritual life: The first is desire.The second is humility and the third is flexibility."

Steve C (Woodstock, GA)
2/1/2020 in Woodstock, GA  EVENT: Breakfast Club Monthly Speaker  TYPE: AA, Male, Story  ( 41 min )

"If you don't like my driving, get off the sidewalk."

"I didn't like the way I felt, and I kept self-medicating...It's like I spent 30 years in a blackout."

"I did not want to give it up no matter what."

Donna H - Steps 4-5 (Huntley, MT)
5/31/2014 in Atlanta, GA  EVENT: Girlstock 2014  TYPE: AA, Female, Steps  ( 41 min )

"Right now what we are looking for is the Big Chunks because this is not the last one you'll ever do."

"An unexamined life is not worth living."

"An unlived life is not worth examining."

Craig W (Woodstock, GA)
6/5/2021 in Woodstock, GA  EVENT: HOW Place Saturday Night  TYPE: AA, Male, Story  ( 46 min )

"Alcoholics Anonymous has given me the gift of vision. I can see where I went astray. I can see where I was right, where I was wrong and when I didn't care at all."

"People out there think that Alcoholics Anonymous is for people to stop drinking. That's not true. It's for people who CAN'T stop drinking,"

Ginger K (Canton, GA)
7/20/2017 in Woodstock, GA  EVENT: The Way Group Monthly Speaker  TYPE: AA, Female, Story  ( 49 min )

"My story is not so much about a drunk-a-log. It's more of a think-a-log because my drinking career was very short and not sweet but what I talk about when I tell my story is what I felt versus what I did."

Lee Y (Lake Mary, FL)
5/4/2001 in Marietta, GA  EVENT: 11th Marietta Roundup  TYPE: AA, Male, Story  ( 1 hr 15 min )

"I didn't pick that day. I would have picked a better day than that one. I would have picked Christmas or the Fourth of July or something like that but, you know, we don't get to do that here. You don't get to pick your sobriety date, you know. I picked a bunch of them. They just didn't take."

"Human life devalued to the price of a carton of cigarettes."

Patti O (Laguna Nigel, CA)
9/23/2006 in Myrtle Beach, SC  EVENT: 35th Fellowship by the Sea  TYPE: AA, Female, Story  ( 1 hr 4 min )

"I really have no social skills. Everything I know I've learned from the men and women of Alcoholics Anonymous."

SPEAKER SET: 2019 Appalachian Regional   (Multiple)  Total time across all 10 files is 11.4 hours.
Candice M - Steps 6 & 7 (Los Angeles, CA)  4 of 10
3/23/2019 in Kingsport, TN  EVENT: 2019 Appalachian Regional Roundup  TYPE: AA, Female, Steps  ( 1 hr 15 min )

"My feet are trained in Alcoholics Anonymous. It doesn't matter what is happening in my head."

"But no! Six and Seven are the crux of everything."

Jimmy E (Smyrna, GA)
2/7/1998 in Franklin, NC  EVENT: Common Sense Group Speaker Meeting  TYPE: AA, Male, Story  ( 59 min )

"Living with an absence of inner turmoil."

"You cannot act angry unless you first think angry."

"The most hurting and frustrating times of my life were those times when my own thoughts were my own worst enemies. I now begin each new day in joyous celebration because when I changed my thinking, I changed my entire life."

Chuck C (Laguna Beach, CA)
June 1953 in Hartford, CT  EVENT: NCCF Conference  TYPE: AA, Male, Workshop  ( 55 min )

"Seemingly I have had very little to do with the good that has come into my life."