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Hi James, Be cool, bro...

Posted by doovie on June 6, 2002, at 9:26:41

In reply to Re: weed and meds, posted by skills on June 6, 2002, at 8:47:44

I really love weed. It's just perfect for everything, but I had to quit 4 months ago cold turkey (the reason I'll say later).

Here is my story: Briefly, from weed I went to shrooms, and from that I went to DXM (dextramethorphan). I was doing more than I should have and it nearly cost me my marriage, my kids and my standing in the community.

I was only wanting to get out of this world, which to me is a prison, and always has been ever since I was a little boy. God put us all here to do what growing we have to to and to make the repairs we need to make, but it's really hard.

This world can be a painful place to be, especially after 9/11. What a planet, eh? It's not the "Brady-Bunch-era" when I grew up, that's for sure. I'm 40.

Just please, be very careful. Drugs are great when they work and when you can be very private with them. But when it gets out in the public, it's a big, stupid mess, unfortunately due to missunderstandings on the part of the law-making community, but that factor is also part of the world, so we must live in that reality.

What a strange planet this is now. I don't blame anyone for wanting to escape. And the medical corporations that make the drugs that *are* legal are part of the planetary machine that drives us all crazy and creates all the tensions to begin with. (grumble)

Personally I'm working on strengthening my God-connection, which was the reason I left all illegal drugs cold turkey 4 months ago -- I don't suggest it for you, simply that was my solution.

Weed does have a strong "imaginitive" aspect to it, and I was imagining all kinds of things that were not necessarily true. When I arrived at shrooms my imaginitive illusions grew even stronger and DXM further fortified my imaginations to the point that I'd have to say I was actually out of my mind -- and not in a good way. I'm disappointed it all happened, but based on my disappointment with this world and with my self in general, I'm not sure I could have survived all these years without some illicit drugs.

When I read the postings and see all the side effects from all the drugs, I think it's a pity that people can't have access to grass. It's just so good for so many ailments. And it's really a pity that lawmakers decided to made a plant illegal. A plant that God put on the earth. I mean, come on folks: Cannabis did NOT suddenly appear on this earth in 1968. It must have been in the Garden of Eden like the rest of the greenery on the planet. But that's for a different discussion.

Okay, that's my story.
Take care, and try launching a prayer once in a while -- to The One God, and not to anyone else.




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