"I used to thank God for putting A.A. in my life; now I thank A.A. for putting God in my life. (p. 336 BB)"

In some way it doesn't really matter how we get to A.A. or how we get God, as we understand him, in our lives.  There are so many ways for this to happen.  This quote from the Alcoholics Anonymous story "Crossing the River of Denial" comes from the heart. This woman experienced God as a physical sensation, a wave of pure energy, and like so many of us she, "...felt the presence of God in that dingt little room."
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