I went to a meeting today and as usual here comes Frank with a truck load of guy's from the local treatment center. I would say Frank picks up these guy's (new ones all the time) about 3-4 times a week and brings them to a meeting. He spends time, when he is not working to go to the treatment center to share his experience, streanth and hope. It has seemed lately like the fire has left Franks eyes and like it has been more of an obligation than a spiritual experience, until today. A young man I never seen before walked up to Frank and said "do you remember me?" Frank said "you look familliar" the guy said "I use to be at the treatment center" Frank asked him "how much clean time do you have, about a year?". The young man said "I have 5 years!" Whoa! you should have seen the look in Franks eyes!, I could have sworn at that very moment he started to glow!! He looked like a big kid!! He had this goofy smile on his face and he decided at that moment that he would Chair the meeting and it was a podium meeting (something we only do on special occasions) Frank made the whole meeting on why it is important to share with another suffering alcoholic a different way of life, a life with God as our director!!
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