Don' t you sometimes miss the time before the addiction?
Recently I have some old friends showing up in my life to whom I have not talked for about 10 years, but with whom I have had such a great time togeather and loads of funny memories to share about these times when I was not addicted. They just flow into my mind as I start to remember everything.
All these parties, where having few cans of cider were actually enought and I did not need anything else, sneaking into abandoned theritories to drink beer, having our piercing parties, dropping some LSD or MDMA every now and then, but actually very rare, dancing on the streets in a hot summer nights after rain, bonfires near seaside, hitchiking to music festivals etc, etc.
I think that then I could not imagine that I would be IV drug addict.
I miss that feeling of innosense and having a whole life ahead of me, where nothing bad could happen. Just like this feeling in R. Bradburys novel " The dandelion wine", where the summer holidays had just began and the main characture has a feeling that something big and endless is ahead of him:“I want to feel all there is to feel, he thought. Let me feel tired, now, let me feel tired. I mustn't forget, I'm alive, I know I'm alive, I mustn't forget it tonight or tomorrow or the day after that.”
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Don't you sometimes miss the time before addiction?