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On Being Asked to Be Your Sponsor

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Now, everything is cool. We’re at that stage when trust, respect feel sure. We sense a link in struggle, pain, and hope. As we engage, things fall into place; we think in sync. But someday, I’m going to let you down, and then you’ll feel betrayed. I’ll be too late. I’ll fib. Put myself first. You’ll see a frown. Will I then be the focus of your hate? As best I can, I pledge you truth, and vow to you within fair limits to be near. Least friendly, I will need you most. Hear now: I’m fallible. I’m flawed. Be

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