Sobriety Without End by Father John Doe - 1st Printing 1957
Sobriety Without End
by Father John Doe
First Printing 1957
This was a former library book of the Alcohol Education Committee State of Oregon. There are several markings on the book from the library. The book is in very good condition with some light wear to the cover. The dust jacket is in very good condition with some edge wear.
In this popular successor to Sobriety and Beyond, the author freely discusses the everyday problems that beset the paths of the unwary. Serenity is the key to long-term sobriety, and Father Doe explains how to get it, nurture it and keep it for a lifetime. Father Doe believes that by continually growing both mentally and spiritually we strengthen our sobriety and prepare ourselves to deal with all the challenges life has in store for us.
About the Author
Father Ralph Pfau, known originally as Father "John Doe" traces the spiritual roots of Alcoholics Anonymous and explains the fundamental and enduring truths contained in the Twelve Steps. This is a wonderful resource for discovering the spiritual contentment, mental peace and everyday joys to be found in the Twelve Steps.
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