I once found an old Webster's dictionary from 1934. It was published the same year that the Serenity Prayer was written by Reinhold Niebuhr. I was curious whether the words used in that familiar prayer had the same definitions in 1934 as they do today. Surprisingly, those old definitions shed a refreshing new light on many of the prayer's words. That inspired a set of twelve Drawings, illustrating the twelve principal words in the Serenity Prayer.
Because that prayer is so closely associated with Twelve Step groups, I also looked up words found in key Twelve Step literature. One thing led to another and now there are four sets of "Twelve Drawings", including The Serenity Prayer, The Steps, The Promises, and the Metaphors.
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