Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions
things we have done, meanwhile forgiving the wrongs done
us, real or fancied. We should avoid extreme judgments,
both of ourselves and of others involved. We must not ex-
aggerate our defects or theirs. A quiet, objective view will
be our steadfast aim.
Whenever our pencil falters, we can fortify and cheer
ourselves by remembering what A.A. experience in this
Step has meant to others. It is the beginning of the end of
isolation from our fellows and from God.