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Greater than Gold

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When my sponsee and I finished the Twelfth Step, we looked at each other and said, “Now what?” It felt more like a letdown than a victory. No certificate was awarded, no pin, no ceremony. A few days later, I made a card that showed a house with a huge gold star in the garage. In the card I wrote: If we awarded a gold star for finishing the Steps, it would have to be this big; however, the gifts we’ve been given are much bigger. We have had a spiritual awakening as the result of these Steps. We have

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