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L. Ron Hubbard


I came here already destroyed. I had lost about twenty kilos in the streets. I was gaunt, pale and could not physically move as a result of daily drug abuse. This was occurring physically, but it was not all [of it], as morally I arrived with no hope of anything and full of doubts as to whether or not I would ever want to make it in life. Nothing mattered in life.

I had been in two [other rehabilitation] centers, but I got nothing from being in these centers. I started the [Narconon] program and bit by bit I became freer of drugs. I started to regain my lost hopes and desire to live again. But not only that, I am now happy without having to live with drugs – to wake up in the morning with a desire to smile and with the thought that I start a new beautiful day and that the road for better days will continue.



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