TEACHING DELIVERED THROUGH
FRANCES MARIE KLUG
ON SEPTEMBER 15, 1981

"THE REALITY OF DRUG ABUSE"

SEPTEMBER 15, 1981

“THE REALITY OF DRUG ABUSE”

“Many drugs that were and are commonplace to many people leave an indelible scar on the mind and the body of the user.

The struggle against the use of drugs was lost because, through the abundance of drugs and the greed of so many people, it made drugs a crutch to lean upon, avoiding facing responsibilities and reality.

Many schools got on the bandwagon of rights, constantly brainwashing the young people into knowing their rights, never emphasizing the responsibility that should go along with the rights, thus eliminating the unity and authority of the family, diminishing the importance of parental authority.

Drugs have done more than abuse people, they have created a society of vegetables that depends upon someone else to care for them, always with the worry of a recurrence of unsound thinking, action, or motives.

The price of drug abuse will never be fully realized.”

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