“I am more afraid of alcohol than of all the bullets of the enemy.”
Stonewall Jackson (1824–1863), Confederate General of the American Civil War
“Promise, large promise, is the soul of an advertisement.”
Samuel Johnson (1709–1784), English writer and lexicographer
“Alcohol has caused numerous problems in the lives of people. Some however were able to have their addiction treated, while others were unable to do so. Writers have described the impact of alcohol abuse on the American economy. A brand of liquor was even named after the renowned Indian chief Oglala Sioux, but several states banned this alcoholic drink.
Erwin K. Thomas, Interfaith author
“Higher Power was the result of a personal experience: a friend of mine who went through the process of addiction and recovery. It’s a very tough thing - very easy to become addicted and very, very hard to become a recovering addict.”
Tom Scholz (b. 1947), rock musician and engineer