Instead I was already well into the Psilocybin 202 stuff: What is language? What is existence? What is truth? What is knowledge? What is belief? What is the mind? And whose mind is it, anyway?
I used to be a Christian, but then I found truth
Benjamin van Loon
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Superb trip!

This is a great story, a story of reason braided with regular living, of wandering connected to structured decisions. Thank you for taking the time to write it :)

I wasn’t interested in Marijuana 101 questions like why is there evil in the world? Why do kids die of cancer? Does God exist? Why is there something instead of nothing? And so on. Instead I was already well into the Psilocybin 202 stuff: What is language? What is existence? What is truth? What is knowledge? What is belief? What is the mind? And whose mind is it, anyway?

This cracked me up!!!

if Hell is anything, it’s life without love.

I don’t know, did you actually mean this or were you looking for a strong and memorable ending? It feels a rushed conclusion :D

With its pre-packaged answers to life’s big questions, dogma is a creature comfort, because it makes truth fixed and immutable.

Loved this! Of course I did since here, it bugs me relentlessly:

Again, awesome first person writing!

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