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Contact Admin. Seeing Nicaragua as just a through-route for drug traffic is a great mistake, leading to the neglect of preventive education. In one of his writings, Leonardo Boff recalls the Greek myth of the rebirth of the eagle, similar to the phoenix of Egyptian culture.
To achieve its rebirth, the eagle flies higher and higher until nearly reaching the sun. Then its feathers catch fire and it begins to burn, falling from the sky and plunging into cold water, from where it emerges renewed.
Through this catharsis of fire and water, the eagle recovers its youth, grows new feathers and sharpened claws and recaptures a penetrating look in its eyes. Many men and women who are in rehabilitation from long- or short-term addiction to drugs find encouragement for their own rebirth experience in the symbols of the eagle and the phoenix. Little is known about their lives and less still about how they came to find themselves enmeshed in addiction, at a time when more people are beginning a similar journey.
Nor is it clear what can be done to prevent this drama from unfolding further or how to prevent drug-addiction damage from drugs reaching exponential growth rates.
Several surveys, many laws, and more drug trafficking and use There are now signs of the magnitude of the problem in Nicaragua. That same year, Dr. One of its most significant findings showed that marihuana is the drug most used by students, above all boys 8.