I got a response to my blog post from yesterday from (I assume) the submitter.
“I was drunk when I sent that last one”
That’s cool, I don’t judge. I think drunk people say what sober people think. It brought out a bit of your subconscious. I think drugs (and I include alcohol in this category because it is a drug) can be powerful tools that help you figure out what you really desire out of life. One of the reasons I love MDMA is it breaks down the barrier between who I am and who I want to be. It helps me come to terms with my feelings, my sexuality, and passions in life. In some ways, it is similar to alcohol because it lowers inhibitions but in my experience, it never lowers inhibitions to the point where you will do something you regret. It gives you the insight and courage to pursue your interests and ask questions (of yourself and others) that you want answers to. If you are my friend on Snapchat you may have received some of these random questions from me while I’m rolling.
Of course, drugsan also bring to the surface some pretty bad parts of our psyche that manifest themselves in harmful ways. Our past and demons we haven’t dealt with can rear their ugly heads. So, this tool isn’t for everyone but I know my life has, overall, been greatly enhanced by drugs and alcohol. I am not only an advocate of their legalization, I am an advocate of their use.
Wanna stay in touch? Got a question for me? Want to tell me why I’m wrong and are curious how I got everything so backward? Have an idea for a blog post? Drunk and wanna send me a snapchat? Wanna become penpals and send each other letters in the mail about life in general?
Feel free to reach out at any of the ways below while I take a Facebook break!
Email address: email@example.com
Questions: pneiger.sarahah.com or www.surveymonkey.com/r/XYRDXHH
Also, I wrote a book about a cross-country bicycle ride I did!
“Wandering Oak: A Rite of Passage”