- If you had to choose only one drug to be available to you for the rest of your life, which one would you choose and why?
Good question... There are my three favorites, weed, shrooms, and e. As much fun as weed is, when I have it, I get nothing done, so I think that one is ruled out. Shrooms and E, on the other hand, or things I would do far less often, and seem to have very positive impacts on my mental well being. But, with e, I tend to get hurt (biting my lip, getting scratched up, etc. So, I would have to go with shrooms. Shrooms are a visit with my subconscience, a trip to the play ground, and a chance to let fantasies run free.
- If Burning Man banned and condemned drug use, would you still go?
I think so. As much as I love the art and the drugs, I mostly go for the people. If the people I know and love that go there were to stop, I would likely stop.
- Pick one: the beach; the mountains; or the city.
Mountains. I love the beach, but the beach is always the same. Mountains, you have meadows, forrests, glaciers, skiing, hiking, swimming. Cities, as much as I love all the activities, they seem so filled with negativity. There are the 0.001% of the population that you know and loves and supports you, but the rest want's your money, your parking spot, or you just out of the way. I think that's why few people living in a city will vacation to a city, unless there is something particular in that city they want to see/do (e.g., Disneyland).
- Do you believe in destiny? If not, why? If so, would you like to know yours or just let it unfold?
I think this is sort of the freewill question I was asked before. Logically, I do not believe in freewill (there for everything we do is set in stone). But on an emotional level, I can not except that. So, no, I don't believe in destiny.
- If you could relive any one day of your life, which one would you choose? What would you do differently, if anything, and how would that affect the course of your life from then until now and beyond?
I don't know. I don't think any one altered day would affect where I am now. All I can think of, is climbing the stone pillar over looking Macchu Pichu instead of looking at the utterly disappointing Incan bridge. Or several weekends I wanted to go camping, and no one else wanted to go. I should have just gone.
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