By Mel B.
This is often either a desirable background of the youth of Alcoholics nameless, in addition to the bitter-sweet story of the stricken guy invoice W. continuously known as "my sponsor."
In 1934, Ebby Thatcher referred to as an previous consuming blood brother to inform him concerning the happiness he used to be discovering in sobriety. His friend's identify used to be invoice Wilson, and this booklet is the tale in their life-long friendship. it truly is either a desirable heritage of the youth of Alcoholics nameless, in addition to the bitter-sweet story of the stricken guy invoice W. regularly known as "my sponsor." "Deeply informative and relocating, a necessary contribution to the heritage of A.A. A 'must' interpreting for a person attracted to one of many extra interesting chapters in A.A.'s history."--Nell Wing, Retired A.A. Archivist and invoice Wilson's Secretary
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I remember saying to myself, 'I'll do anything, anything at all! " It would be described briefly in the opening chapter of "Bill's Story" in the basic text, Alcoholics Anonymous, About six months later, a business trip would take Bill to Akron, Ohio, where he would meet another alcoholic named Dr. Bob Smith. The two of them would become cofounders of Alcoholics Anonymous. In time, Bill would be honored by thousands of recovering alcoholics who would rise as one person when he stepped onto an auditorium stage.
Ken's grandson, John Boyd Thacher III, is currently living in nearby Troy and completing his law studies. Page 20 Ebby, like Jack, also belonged to the Beck Literary Society, but he did not participate in sports. He took an interest in the military program, however, and was both a corporal and a sergeant. S. military forces, as Bill Wilson did, there's some evidence that Ebby had the necessary physical stamina and aptitudes to become a good soldier. Albany Academy is still flourishing in the city.
Jumping to my feet, I began. Bill, even though drunk, apparently managed to make himself understood. "Afterward, I could never remember what I said," he noted in 1954. "I only knew that I was in earnest and people seemed to pay attention. " But Bill's surrender was not yet complete, although the experience in the mission had a profound effect on him. Returning home, he had a long, hopeful talk with Lois and actually Page 9 had a good night's sleep. He had a terrible hangover the next day, however, and took a few drinks to "cure" it.
Ebby: The Man Who Sponsored Bill W. by Mel B.