I'm not sure I could have myself had I not been the discoverer.
To begin with nobody understands this thing we call "high".
Like "high" on cocaine.
It just makes everything brighter and more beautiful than it really is.
Sounds, vision, feelings.
If it's horseshit or bad it makes that more too.
If your in love your more in love.
If your angry or mad, your more angry or mad.
"It makes everything more"
Sean Penn in "Fast Times at Ridgemont High".
Talking about speed and what it does to his fellow students and friends.
One of them asked what amphetamines do to you.
It makes everything more, was his response in the movie.
So that's what we have with sugar and milk and hybrid carbohydrate plant life and caffeine and alcohol and nicotine.
All stimulants like amphetamine or cocaine.
As in Coca Cola.
We know cocaine does that.
We don't know that caffeine and sugar and hybrid carbohydrates and alcohol and nicotine do the same thing.
We have never known not being "high".
We think it's normal.
It's the effects on our Psyche that I talk about.
Sean Penn doesn't know about that and doesn't tell his friend's about it because he doesn't know it himself and it wasn't in the script.
We don't know we are in a state of "more".
Not only that but we are addicted to it and don't know that either.
It's like I'm talking nonsense.
It goes against everything we have been taught and learned.
Exaggerated emotions and senses.
That we think are normal.
We have no way of knowing.
We are not two people, we are one.
We have been living like this since we were born.
Nature provided this with mothers milk to start with and it was natural and normal and perfect.
A few months later we started eating and drinking man made stimulants.
Not true nature.
Somewhere between a hundred and a thousand times more stimulant than nature ever intended.
It was perfect to get us a good start in life.
Not to live on constantly and forever.
We look at the extreme cases of stimulant insanity.
We can see them.
We can't see our everyday insanity that we all have.
Nothing wrong with us.
We are normal.