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I went to World Service Business Conference as a new delegate, with excitement and some fear. I wasn’t sure what to expect. I knew I was there to give service, but I was afraid I wouldn’t get enough downtime. (I have to balance my need for downtime against a tendency to isolate.) Balance was my motto for the week, but HP had a new lesson for me to learn about accepting life on life’s terms. My days were filled with OA meetings, workshops, and business meetings. Everyone was so welcoming, and any questions I had were welcomed with helpful answers.

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