aas king pin like strong hold on the sobriety game

well it is pouring down rain and i find my self thinking of how to stand my ground on the issue of recovery with out god. aa has a strong hold over evey town and city non religious sobriety groups  like smart meetings are in Seattle which is across the water from where i live  but compared to AA there are very few to attend and with my increasingly busy schedule i find it hard to attend a smart meeting, for every one smart meeting there are three to four AA meetings. so why is that? do you like me feel that there is some underlining  king pin like logic that AA has? over sobriety we can change this but im going to need a plan and im going to need people to start speaking out and saying that they want a alternative to aa sober atheists where are you its time to speak up.jurassic%20lord.png

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Comment by Greg D on April 14, 2011 at 3:28am
I am not in AA/NA but some of the more important people in my life have been and a couple have been atheist.

Remember it is a higher power, something outside yourself, it does not need to be supernatural no matter what the book says.

One friend used "reality" the other used thought of the group as their higher power.

No matter what I wish you the best of luck, and it can happen.
Comment by Jedi Wanderer on April 13, 2011 at 6:48pm
Hah, I have no idea what compelled me to click on that link but funny picture! Jesus riding a Tyrannosaur... really funny

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