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All the Same Age

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Although I’ve been a very thankful member of this wonderful Fellowship for two and a half years, I still feel like a veritable babe in arms. I know we are all toddlers until we have been abstinent about five years. I look forward with alacrity to the day I’m emotionally of an age to join the OA kindergartners! Maybe since I came in at age 18 (having burrowed my way to what I pray will be my worst and last rock bottom), I have literally been growing up in OA. However, I’ve never felt like the youngest member in a

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