November 7, 2012
I truly learned the definition of charity upon being accepted into the House of Hope. For years I not only knocked on the gates of hell, I was screaming to get in. Instead the white gates of the House of Hope swung open; as well as the hearts of the staff. In the 4 months I lived in residential treatment I was taught how to live life as it shows up. My education there gave me blessings & insights to reflect on daily. I was invited to sober living in August and find myself in safe environment, with many opportunities to give back what I was so freely given. If you have any questions, please email me @ su2577aol.com.
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