Chemical Abuse | Death | Defeat | Despair | Drugs | Family | Lost | Mother | Purity | Responsibility | Society | Story | Worldliness | Youth

Heart Phoenix’s response to her son River’s drug overdose outside a Hollywood nightclub last year is as symptomatic of our age’s ills as was his death. Heart hopes that River’s overdose will “focus the attention of the world on how painfully the spirits of this generation are being worn down. They are growing up with polluted air, toxic earth and food, and undrinkable water. We are destroying our forests, the ozone layer is being depleted, and AIDS and other diseases are epidemic. Drug abuse is symptomatic of an unfeeling, materialistic, success-oriented world in which the feelings of young people are not seen as important.” With all due respect to the bereaved mother, what his death…

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