In my brief 40 something years I served overseas in the USAF, acquired a Class A Commercial Drivers License, earned an Associates Degree in Graphic Design, and most recently authored, designed, & published a little book, "Orwell's Warning: The Greatest Amerikan Paradox" in tribute to one of the greatest author and journalists of the twentieth century: George Orwell.
My first book is a small but potent sampling of years of solitary inner work I did which, late one night in May of 2010, resulted in the rapid disintegration and disappearance of alcoholism. Said differently, an inner struggle enduring almost thirty years vanished in roughly thirty seconds. Solving this problem confirmed for me that alcoholism is NOT a medical problem, but an internalized state of amnesia-ridden self-conflict. It wasn't "cured," it "dissolved" or "collapsed" like in a noise cancellation process as spontaneous combustion. I am indebted to George Orwell for providing me with what I needed to organize my inner work in the first place. If this sort of thing interests you, start by pondering the following question:
"How did Francisco Pizarro use the secret trick of Christopher Columbus to conquer the mightiest empire of South America in one evening, with a single boat load of men, and almost no resistance? And what does this have to do with YOU?"
Find Out! Read "Orwell's Warning: The Greatest Amerikan Paradox"