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He was seven years old. Freddie continued drinking and began smoking pot a year later. Next, it was barbiturates. By age 27, Freddie was a full-blown heroin addict. He was arrested and convicted of burglary, incarcerated for the first of what would be many times. He overdosed frequently. He was once shot point-blank in the chest in a domestic dispute.

He was broke. And then, in , he was diagnosed as being HIV positive. Really, I was a coward. I knew that if I cut my wrists or shot myself, well, that would hurt. And knowing me, I would probably mess it up and be forced to live the rest of my life as an invalid.

Another arrest—this time for possession—landed Freddie a court-mandated treatment program. This one had a counselor named Rico Cruz. Cruz was not my assigned counselor. But we talked and he was the first counselor I met who had had similar life experiences. He was like me and had been through what I had been through. He met me where I was at. Freddie made progress fairly quickly, but it was one particular conversation that changed his life in an instant. I was middle aged and had accomplished nothing.

I had no legacy.

I was broke. I was an addict.

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At that moment, the light went on for Freddie.