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Sobriety and Beyond is in the words of the well–known psychiatrist, Doctor Karl Menninger of Topeka , Kansas , “born of vast experiences and high purpose.” It was written over a period of ten years during which time the author devoted all of his time among members of Alcoholics Anonymous. Written in a unique unpedantic style, the author seems to possess unusual ability to simplify what appears to be complicated; to clarify chaos; and to make seem obvious what is hidden beneath the surface. Avoiding all unnecessary words he uses the language of the average man and woman to express and explain the everyday truths of the “spiritual life.” Indeed the whole theme of the volume is to bring into focus and express with ordinary words and phrases the “spiritual thread of Alcoholics Anonymous” which to the average person in A.A. is simply adjusting to happy and sober living, for most of these men and women are convinced that no alcoholic will remain sober, unless he also achieves happiness in life. This happiness, this adjustment to life, this “spiritual phase” of Alcoholics Anonymous is achieved in that area of living BEYOND SOBRIETY. It is into this phase of happy living and peace of mind and soul that the author so deftly and with simplicity guides the reader.
Although originally compiled for alcoholics, and members of Alcoholics Anonymous, all readers – alcoholic and non–alcoholic – will find an unequalled, safe and simple guide to happiness and peace of mind and soul in its pages.
|Author||Father John Doe (Father Ralph Pfau)|
|Publisher||Hazelden/Pittman Archives Press|