One Day At A Time
Bill Wilson’s life was shattered by the Great Depression. Hopelessly in debt, alcoholic, and on the brink of self-destruction, he stumbled upon a discovery that would change the world’s approach to alcoholism: he needed to share his story with another drunk.
The founding of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a ready-made drama of struggle, courage, and love, set against one of the most colorful periods of American history. Today, AA has grown to millions of members in 150 countries, but the greatest challenge was growing from one member to two.
This video highlights the 75th anniversary of Alcoholics Anonymous as over 60,000 people came from all over the world to celebrate AA and their sobriety.