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Extending Grace

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It’s funny sometimes how HP and the universe work to give me a sign. On Friday of this week, I went to a meeting and listened to a reading about service. That morning, the entry I’d read in Voices of Recovery was about service. And my sponsor and I had talked about service. Obviously, I needed to spend more time on service. When I sat down to work on the agenda for my intergroup, I thought about the time I’d spent as it’s chair: I had accepted the job reluctantly but willingly, knowing I should do service. To help me

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