Bill W. said in his 1960 talk called AA in an era of change at the 10th Annual GSC, “We live in an era of change. Our Twelve Steps probably won’t change; The Traditions, not at all likely. But our manner of communication, our manner of organizing ourselves for function, for service – let us hope that this goes on changing for the better, forever.” … “We reference the past and its lessons for so long as those teachings work. When they don’t we re-adapt and we re-shift. That has been our history.”
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