We speak, as best we can, in support of respecting the AA traditions within our group, leaving the results up to our Higher Power. ~ Anon
We are winding down on another month. I am always amazed at how fast time flies by, especially when I am involved in something meaningful to me; like this blog. It seems to me that there is so little time and so much to say/share. That is one thing I have never run out of = things to say! haha.
The final questions in tradition # 9 are as follows:
- Are we afraid to speak up when we see the traditions being ignored in our group?
- Can we do the footwork in our AA service and trust the results to our HP, even when things don’t go the way we think they should?
- Do we practice rotation of leadership in our group?
- Do we discuss how rotation of leadership relates to personal humility and the foundation of our group’s anonymity? When we follow the traditions, we find that there is very little need for rules and regulations. We do not have to police each other, as even new people recognize that they have an equal say in all matters pertaining to the group. We can all relax and recover.