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Turning the Key

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I give service for many reasons. My sponsor tells me to do it so I can remain abstinent. I do it to show others it’s not that difficult or scary. The position I was most afraid of was group treasurer. I never liked dealing with money, so I knew it was important for my recovery and my growth to take on this position. Our previous treasurer walked me through what to do, and I found it much easier than I had feared. Fear means “Face Everything And Recover,” right? I felt a sense of accomplishment. Knowing I contributed to our group’s future

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