Do you/would you ever regret drug use?
I’ve always thought the drugs I’ve experienced with was a BAD time in my life. A time that I lost control, lost hope, and lost the ability to have compassion for my own existence. Now that i’m older I’ve looked at the experience as a whole as beneficial. I’m not proud of it, though I don’t regret it one bit. My question is that, ‘can a person become so desensitized to, maybe life in general, that they see even some of the worst things and yet smile at them?’
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Maybe in different realities you went down all of those different paths, but don’t waste this one pondering shoulda-woulda-couldas. Enjoy how your past affects your current person, and enjoy the rest of your life.
@brightwhitelight, the rave scene is dangerous. it teaches you how to love, but at the same time it teaches you how to hide or escape from the vicious reality that impending doom is inevitable. I’ve seen people completely lose themselves in it and come back something that they would never have wanted to be.
Be careful buddy.
Your question is kinda confusing isn’t it when everything in life plays out according to plan then you can look back and smile? Their are definitely times I’ve frowned upon myself but when i measure my success and when im really really happy all that other bullshit can’t bring me down :)
@sweetsheets, Im fine my dude, that’s why there are people like me at the scene, to help the first timers, to guide them through. In a way, its a right of passage, a cultural gathering if you will. I feel that is beneficial in very many ways, as for being dangerous, its light years safer then alcohol and nicotine.
Only really when my nose has bled profusely (not for a couple of years now) or when I have a case of achy jaw from MD.
But the positive experiences generally outweigh the relatively minor physical side-effects.
I’ve never seen a photo of myself with a proper gurn on but I think that would make me feel bad. It looks so bad on other people and I know when I feel it that I must be pulling some faces a bit but…whatever…it’s part of it.
@hugesavings, Absolutely, it is pretty gratifying that I can still have my fun and handle the priorities in my life. It wasn’t always so and it took some hard lessons. I think I would be quite miserable at the prospect of never being able to smoke pot again, a lot of people feel this way. Different strokes for different folks I guess.