Explore the purpose, key contents, significance, and motivational aspects of the AA Big Book, a crucial resource for individuals striving for recovery from alcoholism.
What is the main object of the AA Big Book?
The title of the book Bill Wilson wrote is Alcoholics Anonymous, but it is referred to by AA members as the “Big Book.” It’s main objective is to help the alcoholic find a power greater than himself that will solve his problem. The “problem” being an inability to stay sober on his or her own.
What are the three essentials in AA Big Book?
Willingness, honesty and open mindedness are the essentials of recovery. But these are indispensable.
What are the most important pages of the Big Book?
Actually many recovered alcoholics say it is their textbook. It needs to be studied and understood so the reader can get and stay sober. The first 164 pages of the Big Book are the basic text. The first 164 pages explain the alcoholic problem and how to solve it.
What is the Big Book explanation?
Big book is a teaching medium in the form of a large book containing simple words or sentences and pictures illustrating them. The large letter size aims to make it easier for elementary school students to learn to recognize words/sentences and at the same time know their meanings.
What is the most inspirational quote from the Big Book?
“When I am willing to do the right thing I am rewarded with an inner peace no amount of liquor could ever provide.” “The feeling of having shared in a common peril is one element in the powerful cement which binds us.” “If we still cling to something we will not let go, we ask God to help us be willing.”