Friday, July 25, 2014

WHEN SOMETHING BAD HAPPENS

This photo was taken in Jackman, Maine during the summer of 2007.  I spent two years in the early 1970's in a drug rehab located in Jackman that was more like a concentration camp at times than it was like a drug rehab.  This quote describes exactly how I feel about that whole experience.  Just for the record, my choice was to let it strengthen me.
 
 


14 comments:

  1. What an incredible photo. And attitude.
    Sometimes I go for a fourth option. Denial - (not just a river in Egypt), until I can get my head around the bad thing. At the end of the day I hope I choose door number three as well.
    Thank you for your honesty and openness. It is a privilege to read.

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    1. Hopefully, someday you can read about my entire experience...it's slowly being put in book form in graphic detail.

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  2. My compliments on your fortitude. I am glad you made it safe and sound, here, into the future. I enjoy the company of good minds like yours.

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  3. So true. And how easy it is to fall in with the first choice!

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    1. Yes, I think more people choose this one than any other.

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  4. Beautiful photo! I love Maine! I lived on Sebago Lake for college for 2 years. I'm glad you were able to be strong and make it through that experience. It must've been tough!

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  5. choiceless we are forced to choose : get better or get bitter.

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