GETTING THE BETTER OF ADDICTION

RECENTLY, my husband and I tooled along Canadian and northern US highways and byways during a transcontinental road trip. I was struck by the number of billboards warning of the dangers of "meth," an abbreviation for a highly addictive and dangerous drug, methamphetamine. In state after state, billboards admonished "Meth not even once," "Me not meth," "Stop meth," and "Meth kills."

These boards cry for help in combating the use of a debilitating stimulant that takes its toll in physical deterioration, bad decisions, child neglect, and violence. Many caring organizations fight drug dependence. But for lasting answers to this problem, I've consistently found scientific prayer the most effective.

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