This is My Brain on Drugs

Would like to speak to those who think marijuana makes you lazy, dumb, or perhaps unable to think clearly and make good decisions. I'd like to submit my thought below to researchers unable to access legal marijuana to conduct a more controlled experiment. This is an example of the shit I think about, in great … Continue reading This is My Brain on Drugs

The Crone – An Elevated Thought

The paragraph below is just a snapshot of how freely my mind can perceive a moment after smoking marijuana. Perhaps it's not the most eloquent, perhaps it's not my best, but what matters is that I was in the moment. Almost simultaneously, I realized that we all have choices. We can experience all kinds of … Continue reading The Crone – An Elevated Thought

The Box Labeled “Grandma’s Dishes”

This came to me in the wee hours of the morning, when I was forced to crop a picture so it would fit the platform I was using. I can't help but think that a narrow horizon is an oxymoron...and so is a narrow mind. As usual, I was thinking about the mindless words and … Continue reading The Box Labeled “Grandma’s Dishes”

The Chemistry of Tears

The Muse, of which there are two - (Artist: Aya Kato) And from my fingers, the words bemuse - Her chilled fingers calmed the pooled blood of battle and she reveled in the brief relief behind her swollen eyes. It has never been said that Eve did not cry. Yet the storm can only build … Continue reading The Chemistry of Tears

Threads of Backwards Honesty

If the saying, "A picture is worth a thousand words," originated/was popularized with advertising, then it seems only natural to look at advertising and see how many words it inspires. Unfortunately, we've become a "surface society," and no matter what the advertisers say, I believe that society has been dumbed down by their attempts to … Continue reading Threads of Backwards Honesty

Proverbial Inspiration

It's long been stated that a picture is worth a thousand words, although not as long as you would think. A quick glance at Wikipedia credits this saying to the early 20th Century advertising strategy, although similar sayings date back to the 18th & 19th Centuries. Whenever the origin, the sentiment is the same - an … Continue reading Proverbial Inspiration