by Patrick Liew on February 9, 2013

As you celebrate the festive season, please remember – If you drink, don’t drive. If you drive, don’t drink.

Somebody’s precious child may run in front of your vehicle. Another person’s parents who lovingly brought him/her up may dash out in front before you can avoid causing an accident.

Even if you can respond in time, you may hit another fellow human’s best friend or beloved pet.

You could become a murderer, living
 the worst of life and with the deepest regret and remorse.

Life may become a living hell.

Driving under the influence of alcohol is not only illegal, it is wicked. It is not only criminal, it is devilish.

Many people will find the above  words to be harsh or an exaggeration until they personally experienced the tsunami of alcoholic destruction.

Please forward this not-so-pleasant but vitally-needed message. Do it before valuable lives are lost.

Let’s do whatever we can before a tragedy potentially strikes another family or friend.


By: Patrick Liew


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