2 Month AA Tokens

2 Month AA Tokens come in a brilliant gold anodized aluminum finish, a crowning achievement fit for a sober alcoholic celebrating 60 days of continuous sobriety in the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous. Trading up from a red 1 month AA Token to a shiny gold 2 Month AA Token, signifies that the recipient has doubled their sober time in AA. Well on their way to being an old-timer or at least not as much of a new comer. In the early days of AA these tokens or chips ,as they are often referred to as, were placed along the sober path to help aid and encourage the newcomer and to mark significant spots in recovery.
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3 Month AA Tokens

3 Month AA Tokens are available in a wonderful emerald green anodized aluminum finish, these 90 day tokens are sure to please the recipient celebrating 90 days of continuous sobriety in the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous. Trading up from a Gold 2 month AA Token to a Sparkling Green 3 Month AA Token, signifies that the recipient has added yet another month to their sober time in AA. Well on their way to being an old-timer or at least not as much of a new comer. In the early days of AA these tokens or chips ,as they are often referred to as, were placed along the sober path to help aid and encourage the newcomer and to mark significant spots in recovery.
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6 Month AA Tokens

The 6 Month AA Token

6 Month AA Tokens are available in a stunning blue anodized aluminum finish, these 6 Month AA tokens are sure to please the recipient celebrating half of a year of continuous sobriety in the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous. Having struggled though 3 months of sobriety since last receiving the one of the emerald green 3 Month AA Tokens, this great AA Coin will surely help to keep the recovering alcoholic happy as they wait to get their first Bronze AA Token.  Well on their way to being an old-timer or at least not as much of a new comer. In the early days of AA these tokens or chips ,as they are often referred to as, were placed along the sober path to help aid and encourage the newcomer and to mark significant spots in recovery.
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9 Month AA Chips

The 9 Month AA Token

9 Month AA Tokens are available in a rocking purple anodized aluminum finish, these 9 Month AA tokens are sure to please the recipient celebrating three quarters of a year of continuous sobriety in the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous. Having struggled though 3 months of sobriety since last receiving the one of the stunning blue 6 Month AA Tokens, this great AA Coin will surely help to keep the recovering alcoholic happy as they wait to get their first Bronze AA Token.  Well on their way to being an old-timer or at least not as much of a new comer. In the early days of AA these tokens or chips ,as they are often referred to as, were placed along the sober path to help aid and encourage the newcomer and to mark significant spots in recovery.
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Absolute Truth

Humility is a very difficult subject, one that by it's very nature seems rather counter-intuitive. As one increases in understanding and knowledge they become more of an expert on the subject. By common belief in Alcoholics Anonymous this leads to a less humble individual. Wrong!
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Trust


Today Trust has transformed itself into a vast sea. Flowing from God and through others, emanating from children and the elderly, having been lost, attempting to rebuild, sharing with and extending to others...just a few of the many forms of trust that have manifested themselves in my sober life. This much I know...you won't know for sure what trust is until it is gone...
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Are you an Alcoholic?

"The fact is that most alcoholics, for reasons yet obscure, have lost the power of choice in drink. Our so-called will power becomes practically nonexistent. We are unable, at certain times, to bring into our consciousness with sufficient force the memory of the suffering and humiliation of even a week or a month ago. We are without defense against the first drink." page 24 The Anonymous Press Study Edition of Alcoholics Anonymous
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Let Go and Let God

This all to familiar topic in AA is the focal point of my morning writing. It becomes all to easy for me to place in God's hands all of the work instead of the outcome. After all if it is my job to plow the field and God's job to make the plants grow, which task seems like the least amount of effort is required? Do you know just how many plants we are talking about? The number of blades of grass in my yard is staggering.
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