So you could say that I found truth in the wilderness, a truth so huge, so simple, so obvious, that I began to weep. I finally understood. But it wasn’t without the help of a plant ally. For me, I grew up never trying drugs, never smoking cigarettes, and only trying my first sip of alcohol six months after I’d turned the legal drinking age in the states, which is 21. However, as I grew older, I traveled a lot, experiencing a wide variety of cultures, perspectives and new ways of thinking, and so when in Colorado, I tried cannabis for the first time. An immediate change came over me. And no, not the harmful psychosis-inducing change that propaganda had the masses believing decades ago.
This change was an ability to look at the tiniest thing and to simply consider it, in all lights, all angles, and take in all details possible, and from there, I grew to gain an insatiable lust for thinking, for knowledge, and new ideas. You can say that cannabis sparked my brain’s ability to connect new pathways, and to think deeper than ever before. While being under the influence of cannabis, and deep in the forest of the Rockies, I thought deeply as I studied the natural world around me, the animals, the plants, the stars, and from there I connected the dots, and a whole new and massive mosaic of truth revealed itself to me.
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