Dan H

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Dan H has been a sober member of AA since 1987. Even in what he now affectionately calls Big Book Boot Camp, he had trouble with the chapter We Agnostics and the bait-and-switch between “your own conception” and “Your Creator,” “God,” and the assorted masculine pronouns. However, AA and the nugget of truth at its core, along with its practical suggestions, have transformed his life from burned-out alcoholic drug dealer (broke, looking at prison time, alone, and clueless as to how to carry on) to productive, cheerfully married, fairly regular guy.

Dan has written two crime novels (published under the name Earl Javorsky—earljavorsky.com); both have addiction/recovery themes. He also writes web content for treatment centers and works as a copy editor and proofreader in Oceanside, California.

We Are That We Are

We Are That We Are

We Are That We Are is a serious book, and like most serious books, effort is required to read it from beginning to end. In the case of this book, the effort is well rewarded on multiple levels…

No God

No God

What if there is no God? This question has come back to haunt me periodically throughout my sobriety. What if my sobriety depends on belief in and access to a power greater than myself, and there is no God? Some say I can use a doorknob, or a lamppost, for a God, but I don’t think so. How can…