For one, I don't see much if anything that provides for a distinction in your statement about choice versus circumstance. Your statement seems unequivocal to this reader...
"addiction may be a disease but it begins with a choice" seems a clear indication of your view.
The difference between a hero serving his/her country, wounded and given medical narcotics, and someone who just chooses to begin using drugs should be pretty obvious I'd think. The heroes probably don't think I want to try drugs so I'm enlisting to see if I can get wounded and put on drugs.
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I truly challenge those who follow the "choice of decision" mantra to GO TO AN AA OR NA meeting. You will be welcome for sure. Then perhaps you will get off your high horse, look around you, and say to yourself and others: "there but for the grace of God go I".........God bless........Dennis
Some one close the thread and lets move on. His shoes don't fit most of us, and had no effect on motorcycles riding or really much else.
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