- Mar 13, 2017
The drugs I’m referring to are the ones that are illegal or have been in the past..like marijuana and they alter your mind. Which is probably why they became illegal in the first place.Anyway, I think you're failing to understand the point I'm making, that the term "drugs" is a rather shorthanded way to refer to a lot of different substances with completely different properties. Also, might be taking the animal analogy a bit far.
Perhaps if you had some actual experience with these things you would understand the positives and negatives a little more clearly. For a lot of people it's not a question of getting "out of it" with the Ganja, rather it's being able to step back and look at things from a more peaceful perspective.
The problem with being closed-minded is that when taken to an extreme it actually shuts you off from any possibility of becoming less closed-minded, because you have everything defined, opinions already decided, no room for change, spontaneity, breaking the status quo. I don't think you can really understand what I mean by that because you are too deep into it, but I write it anyway with the hope that others might grasp what I'm saying...
You’re the one that tried to mix animals with drugs in the first place...
I can’t really see the positives in altering ones mind...seems to me that it would only really be a negative especially when there is a real world to live in...
I think that watching what drug addicts do to themselves..is all the investigation I need..I don’t need to be on the inside because then I’d be like them..telling everyone its not so bad