There’s something very daring almost exciting about doing something someone tells you not to do. I almost think a trip to the doctor’s office might actually hurt some people more then help them. Besides the doc’s orders, how many of you find it difficult to do as you’re told? Most of the time we do it because we think we know better and part of it due to the complexity of man; we always say that….we always use complexity as our reason to an answer I think we know the answer too? Trouble appears to be fun for people because in some sense if it were to always be peace and love, we would technically be out of balance, however with too much not listening, not respecting, not loving can lead to a breakdown of the mind, body, and spirit and that’s a no go.
Every now and then, we have to test the limit. I may be wrong when I say this but I think part of the problem lies with the fact a lot of us living might be dealing with a constant shift of intelligence. Rules and laws were put in place for control to tell you what to do, ALSO to prevent you from hurting yourself or others; however as one’s intellect begins to grow, one start’s to question and view things differently, one’s vision may be better and it may go against laws or rules one may view as stupid. An example would be the legalization of Marijuana in all of the United States. It’s taking it’s time and eventually it’ll happen, but in the mean time its illegal. Why is it illegal? I can understand back in the day when the only people who knew of these health benefits were uncertified doctors and shamans, (Who I feel are/were pretty dead on anyway) but there was no recorded evidence, no proof that Marijuana is a herb that heals instead of kills, that makes you love instead of mug, peace instead of grief, and etc, the list can go on, there was no proof back then, people just assumed it was a whacky drug that altered one’s mind and it does, but it also came with other benefits. Fast forward to today, we know that. Doctors with degree will tell you a certain amount can cause these benefits…and you don’t have to smoke it, you can eat it, Vape it, use it as a lotion, hell Marijuana oil can even be used as gasoline, a cleaner alternative and just an alternative period to fuel, America’s debt solved in a nut shell.
My main focus of this write was not about Marijuana but why we break rules/laws, and I feel sometimes it deals with the fact that some of us are ahead of our time, living in a society that hasn’t arrived yet. Don’t get me wrong, laws like murder and serious shit still need to be in check, but if you look at Holland or Switzerland, the murder rates are lower; however the IQ in Europe is tad higher than ours as well; is there some connection? The more barbaric a country is, the more rules/ laws get bestowed upon us or is it a need for control? I did not write this with the intent to hurt or put anyone down, but with the intent to question and ask yourself, what makes you break laws/rules? Is it because you’ve been driving 90mph and haven’t got a speeding ticket or you just have that much confidence in driving? Is there a rule at work you feel that won’t let you perform your job the way you could perform it? What’s your opinion? As usual, thank you for stopping by “No Title” the random blog, feel free to roam around and check out my other writes or music and when you’re finished if you can please click on those green links or pop ups to exit my page? Thank you once again and have a nice day. =)