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Thanks, I’ll check it out.
I would like to clarify something that I said: We’re all weak. We’re human. Being weak isn’t bad. But what we do in our state of weakness matters. It makes all the difference.
When we are weak hurting OTHERS is wrong. That is what I mean when I talk about people who drink and drive.
Also: For those who party and drink to get plastered: I understand why you get offended when I call you weak. How about I call you irresponsible?
I know growing up we were told that you can drink responsibly, and you can, but you can NEVER be drunk responsibly. When you’re plastered drunk you are in a state of weakness, the only way to be safe is to have someone SOBER take care of you. But what happens when you don’t have your sober partner?
Being safe, means being smart. I don’t mean to victim blame, please don’t think I do. If you get hurt while drunk because of your actions, meaning no one else is involved, that’s your fault.
If you are raped when drunk, that is someone HURTING YOU, regardless of you choosing to be stupid and drunk. Make sense?
There is a difference between you choosing to hurt yourself and others hurting you. There is a difference between you hurting yourself, like drinking alone and destroying your liver. And there is a difference when you get drunk and drive, most likely causing the death of others.
I hope that I have successfully clarified my stance on a humans state of weakness. Please feel free to ask questions or respond.