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LET ME QUIT Everything has a breaking point if enough pressure is exerted it will break Whether its glass wood or even metal Now lets take this theory and reapply it to a soldier in Vietnam This soldier watches nearly his whole platoon get wiped out He sees a lot he sees Bobby Brown bleed to death asking why cant he go home He sees Johnny Blaze Williston coughing and searching for a breath but his throat isnt exactly in working order he even sees his best friend engulfed in the flames of a misplaced napalm strike Now this soldier tells himself This is war its my job to see this stuff Im a US Marine Then one day he cant fight anymore he just quits I dont know what to do Judy said John was really acting crazy Should I give him an ultimatum It was so bad that she might have to have john committed at the time Belushi met his breaking point but he didnt quit he turned to drugs It kept him from falling apart it helped the pressure and stress of it all There was a great deal of talent but the humanity had been dragged out Drugs cocaine was the reason John was only delaying the inevitable he had chosen not to change his environment just like the soldier depicted above If a person is in an environment which they cant control Belushis life was out of control because the fame was to much to quick for him then the environment is controlling them This will happen whether they are aware of it or not If the environment is doing harm to the person the person will do one of the following three things A Nothing B Alter the environment superficially C Leave the environment The person lets call him Peter does nothing he just goes with the flow Under normal circumstances this would
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