Love is something you
can leave behind when you die. It’s that powerful.
(Fire) Lame Deer Lakota Sioux
of truth and love are strong medicine. Tall Man die five years ago, a sober,
peaceful, happy man. Maine Newsletter (Boomerang) say: "With
tireless devotion and humility, this venerable Indian gentleman traveled
thousands of miles humbly pleading for sobriety. He planted many seeds, and it
will be many moons before another rises to walk in his shoes."
Book Third Edition pg. 476
slight figure of a nun in a gray habit reluctantly approached the lectern's
microphone. The uproar redoubled, then suddenly subsided as the little nun
commenced to give her thanks. She was embarrassed, too. For had not the program
she'd helped write for the occasion definitely stated that "The Sisters of
Charity and the members of Alcoholics Anonymous who have assisted, decline all
Sister Ignatia and Bob, God had wrought a divine conspiracy of medicine,
religion, and Alcoholics Anonymous which was to bring sobriety within reach of
more than 5,000 alcoholics who were to pass through the alcoholic ward of
of the Heart" pg. 202
Great Mystery give us something we can leave behind.