11 April 2021

17 of 180 QUOTES by the Famous, Infamous & Anonymous in ALL DRINKING ASIDE (Chapters 11 - 20, Part Two of Nine)

 Chapter 11 Birth, Insanity, Recovery or Death

"Strange as it seems, no amount of learning can cure stupidity, and higher education positively fortifies it." - Stephen Vizinczey

*****

30 Years of STREET KNOWLEDGE could neither Replace nor Erase my ACADEMIA, but STREETSMARTS have Bolstered my RECOVERY and are in my TOOLBOX.

*****

Immerse yourself in my Descent into Addiction and eventual Recovery in this Autobiographical Fiction. Emerge more fully whole.

ALL DRINKING ASIDE: The Destruction, Deconstruction & Reconstruction of an Alcoholic Animal  

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All Drinking Aside bookends each of its 90 Chapters with Quotes by the Famous, Infamous & Anonymous.

This Quote by Stephen Vizinczeyt (pictured) opens Chapter 11 (Birth, Insanity, Recovery Or Deathof All Drinking Aside.

Resolve to read it. Explore your own mind within its pages. Check out the 5 Star Reviews on the Amazon page while you're there: http://amzn.to/1bX6JyO Enjoy.


"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes." Marcel Proust

*****

To me, "Having new eyes," as referenced in this Quote by Marcel Proust, is much about being Clean & Sober rather than Red-Eyed & Addicted. Great Expectations (different Author, lol) were left at the door when I first got sober. All I wanted was to NOT Drink and to NOT Die.

In Recovery Meetings, in response to the Question, "What do I have to Change?" the answer is often "Everything," a new landscape (different People, Places & Things) AND new eyes.

As I've stated elsewhere, when I first got sober, I was more twisted than a Swizzle Stick and Recovery could not be "21 Days to a New and Better You."

Paraphrased from an Addiction Recovery Specialist many years ago, you don't spend 30 years getting lost in the Forest of Addiction and expect you can get out in one year. After 17 years of continuous sobriety, I'm still recovering, still Becoming Unbroken.

*****

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All Drinking Aside bookends each of its 90 Chapters with Quotes by the Famous, Infamous & Anonymous.

This Quote by Marcel Proust (pictured) closes Chapter 11 (Birth, Insanity, Recovery Or Deathof All Drinking Aside.

Resolve to read it. Explore your own mind within its pages. Check out the 5 Star Reviews on the Amazon page while you're there: http://amzn.to/1bX6JyO Enjoy.


Chapter 12 Click Me Sober, Click Me Drunk

"Worry is like a rocking chair. It gives you something to do, but it doesn't get you anywhere." - Anonymous

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Alfred E. Neuman, the Comic Hero of Mad Magazine, had a pat response to every situation, "What, me worry?" On the opposite end of the spectrum of his devil-may-care attitude is the Constant Worrier, one who lives in fear of catastrophic consequences, always expecting the worst. 

Like the Constant Complainer, the Worrier would be better off to come up with a plan of action to resolve the source of the worry, or throw their hands in the air, relax and get on with their life. 

I was laser-focused on acquisition and use in my drinking day. Consequences would be dealt with later, no worry. 

Recovery is a whole, new ballgame.

"What, me Sober?" You betcha! 

*****

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All Drinking Aside bookends each of its 90 Chapters with Quotes by the Famous, Infamous & Anonymous.

This Anonymous Quote by (pictured) opens Chapter 12 (Birth, Insanity, Recovery Or Deathof All Drinking Aside.

Resolve to read it. Explore your own mind within its pages. Check out the 5 Star Reviews on the Amazon page while you're there: http://amzn.to/1bX6JyO Enjoy.


"Nothing is more difficult than competing with a myth." - Francoise Giroud

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TOO MANY MYTHS TO ENUMERATE, but here's a few IGNORANCE has lost to:

1) Only "Those Kinds of People" become Addicts [Addiction doesn't discriminate.]

2) Addiction is a Choice [The understanding of what addiction really is is worthy of your study. Read a book. Watch a movie. Go to an Open Recovery Meeting. Open your eyes, mind and heart. Once addicted, my choices were reduced or nearly eliminated. At some point an addict uses whether they want to or not. I chose to drink at 16. Thirty years later, at 46, Alcohol had become, how shall we say, an Addiction?]

3) All Addicts are Criminals [You're right, except, wait a minute. Alcohol is legal and I'm an Alcoholic and I was a Bartender. So what is that? Double-Jeopardy?]

4) Tough Love is the ONLY ANSWER. [That didn't and wouldn't have worked for me.]

5) Total Abstinence is the ONLY ANSWER [Medication-Assisted Recovery Saves Lives.]

6) ALL Addicts are Hopeless. [Your IGNORANCE is NOT my BLISS. HOPELESS are those who still believe ALL OF THE ABOVE... WAIT! I take that back. I haven't lost HOPE for YOU. Give YOURSELF a chance. I am MYTH BUSTERS of the RECOVERING KIND.]

7) Fill _____In_____The_____Blank!

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All Drinking Aside bookends each of its 90 Chapters with Quotes by the Famous, Infamous & Anonymous.

This Quote by Francoise Giroud (pictured) closes Chapter 12 (Birth, Insanity, Recovery Or Deathof All Drinking Aside.

Resolve to read it. Explore your own mind within its pages. Check out the 5 Star Reviews on the Amazon page while you're there: http://amzn.to/1bX6JyO Enjoy.


Chapter 13 The Hallucinated Self

"The worst loneliness is to not be comfortable with yourself." - Mark Twain

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The Culture-at-Large & my Peer Group-in-Miniature had me believe in my Teenage Years that ALCOHOL was  the perfect ICE-BREAKER. Alcohol was the drug that would help break Social Awkwardness in Group Settings (this was before I discovered bars). A few drinks later, Social Unity & Individual Expression would magically unite and all would be right with the World. THANK YOU, ALCOHOL.

Years into my Recovery I suddenly noticed (it was there all the time) that the ICE would BREAK of its own accord and attributing that to Alcohol was Faulty Logic. CORRELATION is not CAUSATION, Because it was always there, "It must be the Alcohol" seemed like a logical deduction, but it wasn't. 

Thirty years of drinking and 50,000 drinks later, I got sober and began to notice that Social Awkwardness needed no Ice-Breaker. The Ice would melt of its own accord, Human Nature, if you will, we being social animals to the core. 

It was not Alcohol that Broke the Ice, but it WAS Alcohol that Broke me. It was never necessary despite always being there. 

Drugs destroy lives when occasional use becomes a habit and the habit becomes an addiction and drug use continues despite any and all negative consequences. 

When this Social Lubricant, Alcohol, ends up producing ME & MY BOTTLE, MY BOTTLE & ME (and nothing else), the loneliness that is the end result of this addiction is about as uncomfortable and lonely as it can be. 

ADDICTION is the WORST LONELINESS. 

RECOVERY is Possible, Doable, Irreplaceable.

Break the Ice with that.

*****

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ALL DRINKING ASIDE: The Destruction, Deconstruction & Reconstruction of an Alcoholic Animal  

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All Drinking Aside bookends each of its 90 Chapters with Quotes by the Famous, Infamous & Anonymous.

This Quote by Mark Twain (pictured) opens Chapter 13 (The Hallucinated Selfof All Drinking Aside.

Resolve to read it. Explore your own mind within its pages. Check out the 5 Star Reviews on the Amazon page while you're there: http://amzn.to/1bX6JyO Enjoy.


"To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

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When I was a Teen the Desire to Belong & the Fear of Being Shunned were Incentives to Drink & Smoke (Over 50% of Adult Males Smoked Cigarettes in 1950, the year I was born).

[A Google Search provided this: "In 1950's America cigarette smoking was the epitome of cool and glamour... By the late 1950's around half of the population of industrialized nations smoked - in the UK up to 80% of adults were hooked."]

Today, I neither drink nor smoke, but was actively addicted to both for 30 years. Today, I have 17 years of continuous recovery.

"STICK THAT IN YOUR PIPE AND SMOKE IT." I haven't heard that in years. I wonder why.

*****

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ALL DRINKING ASIDE: The Destruction, Deconstruction & Reconstruction of an Alcoholic Animal  

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All Drinking Aside bookends each of its 90 Chapters with Quotes by the Famous, Infamous & Anonymous.

This Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson (pictured) closes Chapter 13 (The Hallucinated Selfof All Drinking Aside.

Resolve to read it. Explore your own mind within its pages. Check out the 5 Star Reviews on the Amazon page while you're there: http://amzn.to/1bX6JyO Enjoy.


Chapter 14 The Unseen Bar Scene Seen

"A man who suffers before it is necessary suffers more than is necessary." - Seneca

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NEW VERSION: A man who suffers AFTER it is necessary suffers more than is necessary.

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In the extreme, this New Version of the Seneca Quote (pictured) could be PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) or more mildly, simply not letting go of an event or emotion that you have already passed through and survived. This kind of reaction, this not letting go, impedes healing in many cases. As far as we know, humans are the only animal that can communicate about yesterday or tomorrow (FUN FACT: the Humpback Whale might turn out to be another). 

All of this is not unrelated to "Worry is like a rocking chair It gives you something to do, but it doesn't get you anywhere [see Chapter 12]." Worry, then, too, is often an unnecessary form of suffering.

Suffering is an inevitable part of the human experience. But I have learned this: Drinking or Drugging as a Temporary Solution (before, after and during any and every event) too often may become a Permanent Problem all on its own, separate from anything and everything else. Drinking or Drugging may cause more suffering, intolerable suffering, than whatever reason one may concoct to Drink or Drug in the first place and THEY WILL SOLVE NOTHING.

"Sufferin' Succotash!" MORE Suffering. 

Stick me with a fork. I'm DONE.

*****

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ALL DRINKING ASIDE: The Destruction, Deconstruction & Reconstruction of an Alcoholic Animal  

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All Drinking Aside bookends each of its 90 Chapters with Quotes by the Famous, Infamous & Anonymous.

This Quote by Seneca (pictured) opens Chapter 14 (The Unseen Bar Scene Seenof All Drinking Aside.

Resolve to read it. Explore your own mind within its pages. Check out the 5 Star Reviews on the Amazon page while you're there: http://amzn.to/1bX6JyO Enjoy.


"Opportunity may knock only once, but temptation leans on the doorbell." - Anonymous

*****

TEMPTATION: The Song of the Siren, Half-Bird/Half-Woman, lured Sailors with Songs of Sweetness. Addiction makes Promises, but the Promises are Never Kept. They Are Not Real. I Found Only Debris on that Path & This Sailor's Ship Sank.

RESPONSIBILITY: Therein I found the Freedom that only Recovery could provide.

*****

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All Drinking Aside bookends each of its 90 Chapters with Quotes by the Famous, Infamous & Anonymous.

This Quote by Anonymous (pictured) closes Chapter 14 (The Unseen Bar Scene Seenof All Drinking Aside.

Resolve to read it. Explore your own mind within its pages. Check out the 5 Star Reviews on the Amazon page while you're there: http://amzn.to/1bX6JyO Enjoy.


from Chapter 15 Close "A man who has committed a mistake and doesn't correct it is committing another mistake." - Confucius

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RELAPSE, Ad Infinitum, for eight (8) years. Like Russian Nesting Dolls, inside each Relapse another Relapse found. Mistake(s)? Misguided by addiction, to be sure. 

MIXED METAPHORS: Turn off a Luxury Liner's engines and it continues forward on its own Momentum and can't stop and turn on a dime (&) I had to learn how to crawl before I could walk. 

INSANITY: "By the time I had a reason to stop drinking, reason no longer had anything to do with it."

*****

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All Drinking Aside bookends each of its 90 Chapters with Quotes by the Famous, Infamous & Anonymous.

This Quote by Confucius (pictured) closes Chapter 15 (Everything Changed Except Meof All Drinking Aside.

Resolve to read it. Explore your own mind within its pages. Check out the 5 Star Reviews on the Amazon page while you're there: http://amzn.to/1bX6JyO Enjoy.


from Chapter 16  open "To live is to suffer. To survive is to find meaning in suffering." - Viktor Frankl

*****

I am the child of my own addictions. My recovery has been the construction of a rewarding, Alcohol-Free Lifestyle. 

Viktor Frankl was a Prisoner of War and a Holocaust Survivor. His Search for Meaning was a Primal Force. Through his writing, I've learned to marvel at the capacity of the children Frankl described to produce artwork on the prison walls in which they found themselves, despite their suffering. Meaning found beyond suffering, created almost as a way to survive it.

The Myth of Drugs and Alcohol as Instruments of Creation have proved false. For years I thought my creative abilities would be diminished in a life absent of drugs. I am grateful to have lived beyond addiction and to discover drugs were never necessary to improve or inspire my creativity. All Drinking Aside is proof of that.

My Search for Meaning has become Meaning Found. 

Alcohol is Liquid. My Recovery is on Solid Ground.

*****

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ALL DRINKING ASIDE: The Destruction, Deconstruction & Reconstruction of an Alcoholic Animal  

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All Drinking Aside bookends each of its 90 Chapters with Quotes by the Famous, Infamous & Anonymous.

This Quote by Viktor Frankl (pictured) opens Chapter 16 (You Are Eve Before The Apple And I Am Adam After The Fallof All Drinking Aside.

Resolve to read it. Explore your own mind within its pages. Check out the 5 Star Reviews on the Amazon page while you're there: http://amzn.to/1bX6JyO Enjoy.



 

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from Chapter 16 End "The men who really believe in themselves are all in lunatic asylums." - G. K. Chesterton

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I became the LUNATIC.  The Asylum was ADDICTION.

"Reefer Madness," the 1936 American film, is viewed today almost as a Parody of itself and a total failure at discouraging drug use. The "Just Say No" Advertising Campaign of the 1980's & 90's also proved ineffective as a Teaching Tool. That War on Drugs seemed more a War on Drug Users. A jail cell is punitive, not rehabilitating.

The War on Drugs continues today. I support Education & Rehabilitation rather than Crime & Punishment. Recovery is Possible, Doable, Irreplaceable. 

I am Living Proof that Addiction need not have the Last Word. Believe in Possibilities.

*****

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ALL DRINKING ASIDE: The Destruction, Deconstruction & Reconstruction of an Alcoholic Animal  

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All Drinking Aside bookends each of its 90 Chapters with Quotes by the Famous, Infamous & Anonymous.

This Quote by G. K. Chesterton (pictured) closes Chapter 16 (You Are Eve Before The Apple And I Am Adam After The Fallof All Drinking Aside.

Resolve to read it. Explore your own mind within its pages. Check out the 5 Star Reviews on the Amazon page while you're there: http://amzn.to/1bX6JyO Enjoy.




from Chapter 17 Open "The louder he talked of his honor, the faster we counted our spoons." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

*****

Fill NO LESS THAN Eight (8) Crystal Wine Glasses with VARYING AMOUNTS of WATER, then GATHER YOUR SPOONS & Bang Out [Your Favorite Tune Here] if you wish to drown out his talk of his honor. 

The LOUDER he talks, the MORE you must MUFFLE his MESSAGE!

"Ego is NOT his Amigo."

*****

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All Drinking Aside bookends each of its 90 Chapters with Quotes by the Famous, Infamous & Anonymous.

This Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson (pictured) opens Chapter 17 (Fossilizedof All Drinking Aside.

Resolve to read it. Explore your own mind within its pages. Check out the 5 Star Reviews on the Amazon page while you're there: http://amzn.to/1bX6JyO Enjoy.


from Chapter 17 End "Life is too important to be taken seriously." - Oscar Wilde

*****

ADDICTION is Life-Threatening & Life-Destroying. "Life is too important to be taken seriously" could easily be used as a tool of rationalization for a Substance-User who is heavily soaked in denial and for whom any excuse will do to justify ingesting, injecting and inhaling any manner of alcohol and drugs. There can be no long-term joy in Addiction. Each high is chemically-induced, temporary and will be repeated no matter the negative consequences that may result. 

RECOVERY is Life-Giving & Life-Saving. "Life is too important to be taken seriously" is a joyous expression of being drug-free. We are free to choose multiple paths of expression. No longer "an Alcoholic Animal" we reclaim our Humanity in Recovery. In the Rooms of Recovery one will hear that "we are not a glum lot." I raise my Sparkling Cider in the air to toast: "Long may we live in Recovery United." 

Cheers!

*****

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All Drinking Aside bookends each of its 90 Chapters with Quotes by the Famous, Infamous & Anonymous.

This Quote by Oscar Wilde (pictured) closes Chapter 17 (Fossilizedof All Drinking Aside.

Resolve to read it. Explore your own mind within its pages. Check out the 5 Star Reviews on the Amazon page while you're there: http://amzn.to/1bX6JyO Enjoy.


from Chapter 18 Opening "There is no way to happiness. Happiness is the way." - The Tao

*****

"How did I get in here? Wasn't I here last year?" PUZZLING QUESTIONS never asked when I mysteriously came to in the hospital after multiple overdoses. 

I was not looking for Happiness, but this COULD NOT be the way.

*****

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All Drinking Aside bookends each of its 90 Chapters with Quotes by the Famous, Infamous & Anonymous.

This Quote from The Tao (pictured) opens Chapter 18 (The Distance of Diseaseof All Drinking Aside.

Resolve to read it. Explore your own mind within its pages. Check out the 5 Star Reviews on the Amazon page while you're there: http://amzn.to/1bX6JyO Enjoy.


"Anticipate the good so that you may enjoy it." - Ethiopian Proverb

*****

ANTICIPATING the NEXT HIT on my drug of choice was HALF the HIGH until ADDICTION turned the next hit into a NECESSITY and its LACK, so very, very, Painful. 

Despite Negative Consequences, I continued to use. In Addiction, eventually Anticipation becomes Disappointment.

Anticipate your NEXT BOOK. You won't be Disappointed, All Kidding Aside.

*****

Immerse yourself in my Descent into Addiction and eventual Recovery in this Autobiographical Fiction. Emerge more fully whole.

ALL DRINKING ASIDE: The Destruction, Deconstruction & Reconstruction of an Alcoholic Animal  

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All Drinking Aside bookends each of its 90 Chapters with Quotes by the Famous, Infamous & Anonymous.

This Ethiopian Proverb (pictured) closes Chapter 18 (The Distance of Diseaseof All Drinking Aside.

Anticipate it. Explore your own mind within its pages. Check out the 5 Star Reviews on the Amazon page while you're there: http://amzn.to/1bX6JyO Enjoy it.


"One faces the future with one's past." - Pearl S. Buck

*****

The Past is the Bedrock upon which Resilience is built. 

The 1,000 left-hand turns of Addiction may be righted.

*****

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ALL DRINKING ASIDE: The Destruction, Deconstruction & Reconstruction of an Alcoholic Animal  

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All Drinking Aside bookends each of its 90 Chapters with Quotes by the Famous, Infamous & Anonymous.

This Quote from Pearl S. Buck opens Chapter 19 (Transformersof All Drinking Aside.

Resolve to read it. Explore your own mind within its pages. Check out the 5 Star Reviews on the Amazon page while you're there: http://amzn.to/1bX6JyO Enjoy.


from Chapter 20 Close "Man's main task in life is to give birth to himself, to become what he potentially is." - Erich Fromm

*****

KNOWLEDGE, EFFORT & EXPERIENCE are Writ Large in Erich Fromm's take on Achieving Human Potential. Addiction slowed my Personal Growth, if not bringing it to a Full Stop. Essentially, after 30 years of Daily Drinking, I emerged as a 46 Year Old Teenager Battered by Addiction. Not a pretty sight. That I survived and was able to give birth to a New & Sober Being took Time, Patience and Shared Courage.

Today, I have come to believe that RECOVERY is Possible, Doable and Irreplaceable.

*****

Immerse yourself in my Descent into Addiction and eventual Recovery in this Autobiographical Fiction. Emerge more fully whole.

ALL DRINKING ASIDE: The Destruction, Deconstruction & Reconstruction of an Alcoholic Animal  

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All Drinking Aside bookends each of its 90 Chapters with Quotes by the Famous, Infamous & Anonymous.

This Quote from Erich Fromm closeChapter 20 (Meditate Or Medicate?of All Drinking Aside.

Resolve to read it. Explore your own mind within its pages. Check out the 5 Star Reviews on the Amazon page while you're there: http://amzn.to/1bX6JyO Enjoy.



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