Dan was indeed a wonderful man. In my early sobriety he was very supportive and I honestly think he knew me better than I knew myself, it was like he could read my mind or see how I was feeling.
He helped so many people over his almost 40 years sober.He had an aura of serenity about him that I can not explain but it showed me that I did not need to continue living a life of chaos and insanity.
What a wonderful man he was Rod. You are a reflection of him~~~~~~sara
Sorry to hear about your sponsor. Your post really hits close to home. My long-time sponsor is getting very old. He's had heart surgery, pace makers... He's been a giant in my life since my first week in AA. Also my best friend, nobody on earth knows me like he does. I can't imagine what AA would be like without him in my life. I've been thinking about it for a long time. He's the first real partnership I ever formed with another human being. He led me to learn to love myself, and now I can love others.
God bless rod44.
i'm glad your with us here....glad i got to cyber meet u and enjoy hearing from you and your pearls of wisdom!hope you are feeling better physically!
Ray I'm so sorry you have lost a good friend,I'm sure it has hit you hard,just keep remembering the life he led you to,