03 April 2011

Life in a sane world.

I understand addiction...but I also understand choice. Drugs should not be something that are so expensive and difficult to get that someone feels as if they need to shoot and rob you to pay for their habit. If we lived in a sane society (which, deep in my heart, I believe is really possible) we wouldn't have crime and punishment, hatred and spite, greed and avarice. I know that societies of people existed that way in the past...perhaps even today in some out of the way place...but because there isn't intrigue, weapons of war, murders, and hatred...they aren't heard from...in antiquity, what they lived with and loved with have disappeared, leaving no records. History (not herstory) is kept as a record of wars...sorry, I'm a tangential thinker. But, we should respect and care for our elders...and love our children...and share, our work and our play.

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