What I’ve learned, during the last thirty-five, forty years, is that: I make gloves and they sell shoes.
Music which combines logic with surprise, sunshine with rain.
I’m glad [psilocybin mushrooms] are against the law, ’cause you know what happened when I took them? I laid in a field of green grass for four hours, going: “My god, I love everything.” The heavens parted, god looked down and rained gifts of forgiveness onto my being, healing me on every level – psychically, physically, emotionally – and I realised that our true nature is spirit, not body, that we are eternal beings and god’s love is unconditional and there is nothing we can ever do to change that – it is only our illusion that we are separate from god or that we are alone – in fact, the reality is, we are one with god and he loves us.
Now, if that isn’t a hazard to this country … do you see my point? How are we gonna keep building nuclear weapons? You know what i mean? What’s gonna happen to the arms industry when we realise we are all one? That’s gonna fuck up the economy! The economy that’s fake anyway! Which would be a real bummer. You can see why the government is cracking down on the idea of experiencing unconditional love.
It’s interesting, the two drugs that are legal, alcohol and cigarettes, two drugs that do absolutely nothing for you whatsoever, and drugs that grow naturally upon this planet, drugs that open your eyes up to make you realise how you are being fucked every day of your life, those drugs are against the law. Wow! Coincidence? I don’t know.
I have plenty of people to do things with, I just have no one to do nothing with.
In a person, look for intelligence, energy, and integrity – if s/he doesn’t have the last one, don’t even bother with the first two.