Sonntag, 27. November 2011

On Willingness

Before very long we began to relate some incidents of our drinking, and, naturally, pretty soon, I realized both of them knew what they were talking about because you can see things and smell things when you're drunk, that you can't other times, and, if I had thought they didn't know what they were talking about, I wouldn't have been willing to talk to them at all.“

Bill D., AA-member number three
in: Ernest Kurtz: Not-God. A History of Alcoholics Anonymous

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