Rashoward, I am recommending to you that you stop smoking for at least a month, and get the practical reality, of not depending on some thing which is not greater than you to control you. You are really being controled by herbs or weed or ganja what ever you choose to call it. I have tried to help you by informing you, that the international audience is really reading what you are writing on this post, and yet you continue to write without thinking properly.
It is not a good thing not to talk to yourself. You must ask yourself some questions and get yourself some answers before you respond to other people on this forum. We are trying to reason together and to find truth together. This is not about winning conversations or intellectual discussions. This is about learning from each other.We should not allow our continuos contradictions to be taller than our learning.
There must be other very important things to do in life away from sucking smoke down into your lungs. Sucking fresh air into your lungs is more important than sucking in smoke. I must ask you again about that brown tar which is always left on the walls of the steam pipe, and at the end of the spliff which is placed in the mouth. That tar is very difficult to be removed from the walls of the steam pipe. You can never remove it all, so can you imagine it being stuck to our internal organs?
Considering that you were able to get along and grow up as a child, into an adult, without smoking, why are you acting like you will die if you do not smoke?
I have nothing against any tree that was created by the creator, but for goodness sake, let us use the herbs for medicine instead of for smoking. Let us subtract the juices from these various herbs and drink them instead of sucking smoke into our lungs. This should not be the legacy that we leave for the following generation.
Again I send many oceans of blessings to our African People collectively speaking.
ONE BLACK LOVE ONE BLACK HEART
Baba Ras Marcus
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