Wednesday, 17 July 2019

Alcoholics Anonymous - Big Book - GUTTER BRAVADO - p. 501

– Alone and unemployable, he was given two options by the court, get help or go to jail, and his journey toward teachability began. Growing up, my big brother and I went to church on Sundays and attended parochial schools. We had plenty to eat and more than just the basic necessities of life. I was a smart but mischievous kid, and at some point I decided it was easier to lie than to suffer the consequences of my pranks. Dad was big on law and order but especially didn’t like liars. We often had conflicts. Other than this, my early childhood was a relatively happy one.

  Alcoholics Anonymous - Big Book - GUTTER BRAVADO - p. 501
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