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We are there to sweep off our side of the street, realizing that nothing worthwhile can be accomplished until we do so,never trying to tell him what he should do. His faults are not
discussed.We stick to our own.

Alcoholics Anonymous pp 77-78 text.
          Worth Every Penny
I have been sober for 28 years and am sorry to say I never
thought about giving more than a dollar at meetings, because
that is what I always gave. When my sponsor died last year,
however, I started giving a dollar for both of us at every meet
ing.
After reading "The Price of a Drink" in the July 2008 Grapevine,
I am going to start giving $5.00 a meeting. My sobriety is priceless.
While I am responsible to the alcoholic who still suffers, I
am also responsible to be there for the meetings that saved my life.

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