"Each of us must know in our minds and believe in our hearts that even though we are different, you are like me and I am like you."
Larry P. Aitken Chippewa
The unity of Alcoholics Anonymous is the most cherished quality our Society has. Our lives, the lives of all to come, depend squarely upon it. We stay whole, or A.A. dies. Without unity, the heart of A.A. would cease to beat; our world arteries would no longer carry the life-giving grace of God; His gift to us would be spent aimlessly. Back again in their caves, alcoholics would reproach us and say, "What a great thing A.A. might have been!"
Twelve Steps & Twelve Traditions pg. 129
Grandfather help me to remember I am but a small part of the great whole.