"In our personal stories you will find a wide variation in the way each teller approaches and conceives of the Power which is greater than himself. Whether we agree with a particular approach or conception seems to make little difference. Experience has taught us that these are matters about which, for our purposes, we need not be worried. They are questions for each individual to settle for himself." Alcoholics Anonymous (The Big Book) - p. 50
Children of Chaos A.A. Home
"Over the years, every conceivable deviation from our Twelve Steps and Traditions has been tried. That was sure to be, since we are so largely a band of ego-driven individualists. Children of Chaos, we have defiantly played with every brand of fire, only to emerge unharmed and, we think, wiser. These very deviations created a vast process of trial and error which….has brought us to where we stand today."-- Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions p. 146
Freethinking AA groups maintain a tradition of free expression, and conduct meetings where alcoholics may express any doubts or disbelief they have, and to share their own form of spiritual experience, their search for it, or their rejection of it. We do not endorse or oppose atheism or any form of religion. Our only wish is to assure suffering alcoholics that they can find sobriety in A.A. without having to accept anyone else’s beliefs or having to deny their own.
Children of Chaos AA Meetings
-Monday Noon Big Book Study
- Tuesday Noon Literature Study - Wednesday Noon AA Literature - Thursday Noon Beginners - Friday Noon Open Discussion
Austin Galano Club-6809 N. Guadalupe Austin, TX 78752