The Emily Dahl Foundation Thoughts on the Drug Overdose Issue – The Emily Dahl Foundation

The Emily Dahl Foundation Thoughts on the Drug Overdose Issue

“We must not ignore that young persons and determined addicts are easily deceived by the sham uplift which drugs may confer. As such, it is critical to teach prevention and kindness like the lovely work of Patch Adams.”

This series of pictures gives the EDF thoughts about drug abuse and overdose.

• Our deeds can never be greater than our ideas, for the unheard songs of the mind decide the hectic movements of our feet.

• If aliens were to fly over the earth, they would most certainly conclude that much of it is an insane asylum which now includes Canada. If we continue on this path, this will turn out to be nothing more than a bad dream and the world will be gone.

• Harm Reduction is only a band aid and will bring more suffering.

• Patch Adams quotes the truth.

“We celebrate pain. Very rarely does a movie or an article about love or compassion get a good review or large likes and views. There’s not a daily newspaper in history devoted to good news. I think the most revolutionary act a person can commit in today’s society is to be publicly happy. Instead of 82 million prescriptions for Xanax and 46 million for Prozac, how about trying life?”

“There are more holistic antidotes for this malaise” – Patch Adams

“You treat a disease, you win, you lose. You treat a person, I guarantee you, you’ll win, no matter what the outcome.” – Robin Williams as Patch Adams