Kaleo shares his Experience, Strength and Hope; once completely hopeless and homeless, he's now sober in the program of Alcoholics Anonymous. Kaleo tells of his life today with a God of his understanding, how he stays in service and continues to keep his ego at bay.
"I've come to learn that the void in my soul, this hole, is a god-shaped hole. And no matter how many other things [people/places/things] I put in there, it's never enough."
"The program has offered me so much more than the freedom from the obsession to drink and use . . . I just wanted to stop drinking, and look at what has been given to me, so much more, I had no idea the blessings I would receive."
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