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[Absorb]

 

 

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about the spark that lit the fire,

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[In Short]

 

Big Pharma made trillions of dollars off the backs of innocent people.

 

Pushing the most addictive molecules in the world.

 

 

[In Long]

 

In the late 1990s, pharmaceutical companies reassured the medical community that patients would not become addicted to opioid pain relievers and healthcare providers began to prescribe them at greater rates.

 

Increased prescription of opioid medications led to widespread misuse of both prescription and non-prescription opioids before it became clear that these medications could indeed be highly addictive.

 

 

[In Numbers]

 

More than 70,000 people died from opioid overdoses in 2019. 

 

40% of deaths involve prescription opioids, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.

 

(Sources linked at the bottom of page)

 

 

[The Question]

 

How can we begin to heal the worlds largest man made crisis?

 

 

 

[Our Solution]

 

Remove the youth from the toxic addictive world and teach mind management.

 

Using the latest advance in technologies we can effectively improve the lifestyles and hopes of the children trapped in this crisis.

 

The secret is giving them the power to see the worlds opportunities and by doing so, guide them to manage their thinking.

 

 

“You can go three weeks without food, three days without water, three minutes without oxygen - but we can’t even go three seconds without thinking.”

 

Dr. Caroline Leaf

 

 

 

[Advantages]

 

Evolutionary acquisition and mature technology leverages the use of proven, mature technology to reduce costs.

 

This alone shortens the time it takes to get a need capability into the “groups” hands.

 

That will then shorten the time it takes to teach new mental management capabilities.

 

With that, we can begin to change the generational cycles of addiction, poverty, depression, education, joy and empowerment back to the future.

 

The future you, the future me, the future generation.

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