The 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous are rooted in the practices of self-examination and surrender to God that were popularized by the Oxford Group, an evangelical Christian movement of the 1930s. The 12 Steps were forma... More »

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Worksheets for the AA fourth step can be downloaded from several recovery websites. Some offer the worksheets along with detailed instructions on how to benefit from using them, while other sites charge for downloading l... More »

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Local AA meetings are available at AA.org or Alcoholics-Info.com. AA.org is the official site of Alcoholics Anonymous and hosts contact numbers or emails for each state. Site visitors click on a state name and are direct... More »

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Catholic confession requires thee main steps: a self-examination of conscience, the rite of reconciliation and an act of contrition. Apart from the ritual requirements of the sacrament, a confession needs to be based in ... More »

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The Alcoholics Anonymous prayer is the serenity prayer, which is "God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; courage to change the things I can and wisdom to know the difference," states the Huffingt... More »

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Some of the most notable speeches in history are Chief Joseph's surrender speech, Lou Gehrig's farewell speech, the Gettysburg address and Patrick Henry's "give me liberty or give me death" speech. Some others are Martin... More »

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The first efforts to design rockets that could reach outer space began in the 1930s and involved scientists in Russia, Germany and the United States. On Oct. 4, 1957, Russians launched the first man-made spacecraft, Sput... More »

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