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Two Decades of Blacklight in Remembrance

Today marks 20 years since the passing of our friend, Ryan Haight, who we knew fondly as “Quicksilver.” Each year, Bluelight turns “black” on February 12th in remembrance of all whom we’ve lost and as a solemn opportunity to reflect on our mission of harm reduction.

As a community, Bluelight does not condone or condemn drug use. Instead, we seek to encourage open discourse designed to empower wiser choices and deliver our message of harm reduction where it is most likely to be received.

Whether you’re a longtime member or new to our community, Bluelight invites you to be part of this important dialog. In doing so, you will join a growing number of people around the world committed to challenging outdated stereotypes around drugs, drug use and addiction, while providing informational resources and encouragement for those seeking treatment or in recovery.

On behalf of the entire Bluelight community, please join us in our mission of reducing harm through honest and accurate information. We are always looking for new ways to improve the health, safety and well being of those who visit our forums and the greater world around us.

Sincerely,

SG
 
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I was reading an article online about Kobe Bryant's death when I got the call that my mother overdosed. I responded "Okay, where is she, what hospital?" I immediately refused to believe she was dead. My uncle responded "What do you mean, she's dead!" I lost my mind, literally, and I will never be the same. RIP Ma, I love you.
Im so sorry for your loss. She is looking down on you making sure you are ok. May she rest in Heaven. I know its hard. Be strong for her!
 
Today marks 20 years since the passing of our friend, Ryan Haight, who we knew fondly as “Quicksilver.” Each year, Bluelight turns “black” on February 12th in remembrance of all whom we’ve lost and as a solemn opportunity to reflect on our mission of harm reduction.

As a community, Bluelight does not condone or condemn drug use. Instead, we seek to encourage open discourse designed to empower wiser choices and deliver our message of harm reduction where it is most likely to be received.

Whether you’re a longtime member or new to our community, Bluelight invites you to be part of this important dialog. In doing so, you will join a growing number of people around the world committed to challenging outdated stereotypes around drugs, drug use and addiction, while providing informational resources and encouragement for those seeking treatment or in recovery.

On behalf of the entire Bluelight community, please join us in our mission of reducing harm through honest and accurate information. We are always looking for new ways to improve the health, safety and well being of those who visit our forums and the greater world around us.

Sincerely,

SG
RIP Mike F, Larry G, Tamara L, Gary C, Janessa S, Amy D.
 
For the record my theme hasn't turned black. Shame, I like that added reminder.

@Xorkoth?

We've had so many people die over the years... too many. Far too many. And God only knows how many fallen brothers and sisters we aren't aware of. :(
I’ve remember when PhreeX owed this web site: he had a whole article on how to survive in jail for 30 days ...amazing maybe 2000
 
I know Feb 12th is long gone I still feel compelled at the very least to say R.I.P. then proceed to take a moment to remember all those who've passed away. It could have happened to me for many different reasons in multiple different ways.
 
This is why we need Jesus. We need God in our lives to guide us. There are so many ways people try to avoid sins like this but it’s really only through God that we can succeed. I pray that those who have sadly passed due to drugs, found forgiveness, and repentance beforehand. God says that if we follow him, we will be saved. It’s the only way. Jesus doesn’t just “save us from hellfire”, he is a loving comforter and guide that can help us achieve abstinence and be free from the bonds of drugs, along with everything else. I hope that people take Jesus’ message of hope, forgiveness, and love seriously. May all of you have a great day!
Any old delusion you can convince yourself is a spiritual awakening can work, however.

Sorry, I'm usually more compassionate but the amount of Christian addicts probably outweighs non-Christian. You can not pray away addiction, and this guy isn't dead because he wasn't a part of your religion.
 
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