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  • I Listened – Even Though I Thought I Knew it All

    Some mistakes you just can’t learn from, they are to be avoided. It can make the difference between–Life and Death! Hi everybody this is Quoya again (the author), they tried to hide me away but they can’t keep a strong lady down, we got stuff to talk about. I miss talking to you all and I owe you a joke, so imma keep talking while I think of one. What you guys been doing? I’ve been thinking about how to share my struggles from my teen years to early adulthood, cause I wasn’t perfect, but I wasn’t a loser either.…

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  • Life – Without the Consideration, Opportunity or the Possibility of Parole (27)

    Shock Therapy My street life story. So, I began as a petty thief: in and out of the County jail, bragging points, street credits, and starting to get a reputation. “This feels good, my friend respects and look-up to me. But enough of this small time stuff, I need to graduate to something bigger & better, got to get out of this elementary stage. More money, more honey.” I got a few major things I need to take care of to climb the street ladder: #1. I need money to keep my game tight. #2. low-rent thug need to be…

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  • Inspirational Life Stories and The Importance of Alcohol Prevention

    Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound. Look up into the sky—it’s a bird, it’s a plane—no! It’s your drug of choice. It can make you feel invincible, powerful, and can even make some people believe they can fly. But you aren’t Superman—you are just high, and you might die before you are able to come down. Drugs are the breeder of corruption and can destroy entire family relationships—from wives, kids, mothers, fathers, grandparents, cousins, friends, sisters, and brothers. Drugs have no respect for a person or position—they seek whom they may devour—and make no…

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  • “Every” knee shall bow-every tongue shall confess. It’s time to make-up your mind (63)

    What do you believe: Show me Your Glory... The Milky Way is the galaxy where our earth and solar system reside which has approx. 30 billion suns. Most of these suns are larger than our sun. To give a better example, you can fit approx. 1.3 millions earth inside our present sun. The Sun is approx. 846,000 miles in diameter. It is approx. 93 million miles from earth, and its core temperature is approx. 27 million degrees. It's the main source of energy on earth. A light-year is a distance that light travels in a year at the rate of…

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  • The Rhythm of Success

    Common sense: “is sound, practical judgment concerning everyday matters or a basic ability to perceive understand and judge in a manner that is shared by nearly all people. The ability of think and behave in a reasonable way, to make a decision based on a simple perception of the situation or the facts. A natural instinct not genetic but can be learned through self-awareness and logical thinking.” Mental stability: “is a state of well-being in which the individual realizes his or her own abilities–can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to…

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  • Critical Decisions! You Must React Firmly & Expeditiously! Are Your Relatives & Associates Family Friendly? (84)

    When you and your family became Targets? Most criminals: drug dealers, illegal users, robbers, murderers, thieves (etcetera), and people dedicated to street life are selfish–Chiefly concerned with their “Own” interests. Even though they may love you, their thoughts and choices are as reckless as their chosen way of life. Selfishness is lacking consideration for others and being concerned with one’s own personal profit or pleasure. Devoted to caring only for oneself and concerned primarily with one’s own benefits and welfare. Regardless of others. **Being selfishly motivated means they will withhold important (life or death) information, and they do not have…

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  • Accessory, Accomplice, Aiding & Abetting – With Specific Intent

    A CRIMINAL IS A LOW-SELF-ESTEEM PERSON-TO SAY THE LEAST! (37) A thief is a person who steals another person’s property, especially by stealth (sneaky) and without using force or violence. A person who takes something without permission or without the owner knowing. A common thief is a person who, by practice and habit, is a thief. Kleptomania is an addiction to stealing. Kleptomania is a word that comes from the Greek word kleptes for “thief” and mania for “madness,” one who steals stuff whether they need it or not. **Stealing is caused by jealousy, low self-esteem, or peer pressure. Social…

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Inspirational Life Stories

Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound. Look up into the sky—it’s a bird, it’s a plane—no! It’s your drug of choice. It can make you feel invincible, powerful, and can even make some people believe they can fly. But you aren’t Superman—you are just high, and you might die before you are able to come down.

Drugs are the breeder of corruption and can destroy entire family relationships—from wives, kids, mothers, fathers, grandparents, cousins, friends, sisters, and brothers. Drugs have no respect for a person or position—they seek whom they may devour—and make no mistake about it—they will destroy you, what you own, and whom you love.

Alcohol, the most lethal and legal drug on the planet, has the capability of all of the above, and if you defy it and try to quit on your own, it is the one drug with withdrawals so severe that even trying to stop could kill you. However, that doesn’t mean it isn’t worth trying. Through our inspirational life stories, we hope to push you toward making the right choices in your life and aid you on your path toward alcohol prevention.

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The Importance of Alcohol Prevention

Kids, alcohol is a fatal attraction. If you know there is a family history; it is essential to remember that it can kill you if you drink it—it can kill you if you stop—so, why even start? No doubt about it, it “will” destroy your life! Just look at the statistics—the average age of death due to alcohol is only 30 years old!

According to the Centers for Disease Control, the most common causes of death due to alcohol include:

  • Liver Disease
  • Pancreatitis
  • Cancer
  • Ulcers & Gastrointestinal Problems
  • Immune System Dysfunction
  • Brain Damage
  • Malnourishment & Vitamin Deficiencies
  • Osteoporosis

Alcohol is also the most commonly abused drug in the United States, with more people addicted to it than all other illicit drugs combined. So don’t fool yourself if you have a problem, there is no such thing as responsible drinking, slowing down, or any other type of drinking management. You will end up with zero control, and your body will demand its quote—drunk!

136.7 million Americans aged 12 and older drink alcohol. 65.3 million people aged 12 and older binge drink. 16.3 million people aged 12 and older drink heavily. The National Survey on Drug Use and Health stated in 2016 that 15.1 million Americans aged 12 and older had some form of alcohol use disorder. They also said that 488,000 of those people were youths between 12 and 17. That same year, 2.3 million people realized that they had a problem and started receiving treatment for alcohol abuse.

Alcohol affects the frontal lobes of your brain, where personality and higher cognitive functions occur, such as reasoning and decision-making. Although alcohol can have a temporary uplifting or relaxing effect on your mood, it is also a deceptive and deadly depressant. It affects our brain in ways that make it more difficult to manage stress, increasing the risk of anxiety, depression, and even suicide.

Alcohol also has a negative impact on the area of the brain responsible for forming new memories. That is why you might have a hard time recalling specific details of a night out or—in extreme cases—experience a total blackout of the night. Long-term drinking can damage your brain and impact the cerebellum, which regulates stability and balance. This is also why you might notice that you are clumsier or stagger when drunk.

What a terrible web we weave when we know all this information and still choose to drink alcohol or use it irresponsibly. This is one of the follies of youth to ignore these facts and the history of this corruptive drug, but it is time to shine a light on alcohol abuse and make sure you never pick up a bottle to begin with.

The Importance of Alcohol Prevention

Kids, alcohol is a fatal attraction. If you know there is a family history; it is essential to remember that it can kill you if you drink it—it can kill you if you stop—so, why even start? No doubt about it, it “will” destroy your life! Just look at the statistics—the average age of death due to alcohol is only 30 years old!

According to the Centers for Disease Control, the most common causes of death due to alcohol include:

  • Liver Disease
  • Pancreatitis
  • Cancer
  • Ulcers & Gastrointestinal Problems
  • Immune System Dysfunction
  • Brain Damage
  • Malnourishment & Vitamin Deficiencies
  • Osteoporosis

Alcohol is also the most commonly abused drug in the United States, with more people addicted to it than all other illicit drugs combined. So don’t fool yourself if you have a problem, there is no such thing as responsible drinking, slowing down, or any other type of drinking management. You will end up with zero control, and your body will demand its quote—drunk!

136.7 million Americans aged 12 and older drink alcohol. 65.3 million people aged 12 and older binge drink. 16.3 million people aged 12 and older drink heavily. The National Survey on Drug Use and Health stated in 2016 that 15.1 million Americans aged 12 and older had some form of alcohol use disorder. They also said that 488,000 of those people were youths between 12 and 17. That same year, 2.3 million people realized that they had a problem and started receiving treatment for alcohol abuse.

Alcohol affects the frontal lobes of your brain, where personality and higher cognitive functions occur, such as reasoning and decision-making. Although alcohol can have a temporary uplifting or relaxing effect on your mood, it is also a deceptive and deadly depressant. It affects our brain in ways that make it more difficult to manage stress, increasing the risk of anxiety, depression, and even suicide.

Alcohol also has a negative impact on the area of the brain responsible for forming new memories. That is why you might have a hard time recalling specific details of a night out or—in extreme cases—experience a total blackout of the night. Long-term drinking can damage your brain and impact the cerebellum, which regulates stability and balance. This is also why you might notice that you are clumsier or stagger when drunk.

What a terrible web we weave when we know all this information and still choose to drink alcohol or use it irresponsibly. This is one of the follies of youth to ignore these facts and the history of this corruptive drug, but it is time to shine a light on alcohol abuse and make sure you never pick up a bottle to begin with.

Show Me Your Glory…

The Milky Way is the galaxy where our earth and solar system reside, which has approximately 30 billion suns. Most of these suns are larger than our own. To give a better example, you can fit about 1.3 million earths inside our sun.

The sun is approximately 846,000 miles in diameter. It is approximately 93 million miles from earth, and its core temperature is about 27 million degrees. It is the primary source of energy on earth.

A light year is a distance that light travels in one year at the rate of 186,000 miles per second. Our enormous Milky Way’s diameter—from rim to rim—is 200,000 light years. There are approximately 100,000 galaxies like the Milky Way in the universe; some of them are millions of light years apart.

I am the Beginning and the Ending, the First and the Last…

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