The Drug of War
“There has never been a protracted war from which a country has benefited.”
Sun Tzu “Art of War”
It can be said that addiction is a war within one’s self. I know it can be said, I just said it. But that doesn’t make it true. It is a struggle, a weakness, a cave-in to fear, a place to try to hide, (operative word, try) – it is a hunger never sated, a thirst never quenched. And while on the surface this sounds bad, only when a living human becomes a dead one, is their hunger sated or thirst quenched. Until then, we get hungry and thirsty all the time.
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