My Mind's Abyss
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My Mind's Abyss

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Have you ever wondered what the life of an addict was like? Take a journey with one troubled person into the unknown. Experience the many ups and downs of life while on a path towards enlightenment. Could there be more to life than just sex, drugs, crime and parties? Dive into the abyss with the life of an alcoholic and enjoy a non-stop, humorous, thrill ride that will stu...more
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Published October 7th 2011 by Self-Published
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Raegan Butcher
Wow. This is a trip through some very dark waters, but as usual with this author, there is an underlying sense of hope. It is that sliver of optimism that defines Volatalistic Phil. He has obviously been through some very rough times, but he has survived and even come out of the awful experience a stronger man. This is an inspiring book. It also made me very glad I no longer consume alcohol or drugs.
J Brooke
Read this lengthy excerpt. Enjoyed it! Humor and descriptive imagery!
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I'm Phil Volatile and I'm currently living in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I was born, and raised in the "Land of Enchantment"--New Mexico. I am a recovering alcoholic/addict.

I have an interest in people and the community around me. I enjoy taking part in experiences that can help enrich my own life as well as the lives of those around me.

I’m interested in: Chinese foo...more
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“When I think about the past and how blind I was in that life, I compare it to being a god and losing everything when being cast out. I had the unlimited power to destroy myself and everything around me. It’s like having been in a cave for years and I’m finally out of the cave. The sun burns my eyes and skin. I don’t recognize my surroundings. No one looks authentic, and now I’m on the hunt for people that have the pieces to my puzzle that will help me on my quest. I have no cave to hide in, and I’m just left with the sediment of a previous life and my own mortality.” 9 likes
“Truly, the better a person you are, or become, the harder life becomes. No longer are you omnipotent, but are made flaccid. You are exposed to the horrors of the world. I decree that it is harder to live than to die, but sacred are the few whom have chosen to live. The uneducated man possesses the aptitude to destroy his surroundings. It isn’t until you are educated in both realms that you stop living for yourself. We must wear the hearts of our opponents on our sleeves in order to be worthy of the pride we wear on our shoulders. Victories against other flesh are only victories when not worn as trophies. Always remember—the futility of man is only surpassed by its greatness.” 6 likes
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