Recovery From Addiction

Life hurts. It is full of dangers and difficulties. Each life includes its share of suffering. The Buddha faced this truth head on. Over a long life of teaching, he claimed to teach only the truth of suffering and the way out of suffering. ​ When life hurts or is difficult, we are tempted to run from life. We seek temporary shelter in many things, many of them not helpful or even destructive. This is particularly so when we seek shelter in the false refuge of drugs or alcohol. ​ This often seems to start innocently enough. What does it hurt to have a little fun? But once we begin to run from life in this way, it becomes very difficult to find our way out. The trap closes on us before we

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