What makes life worth living is connecting with other people. You can ask our elderly in the nursing homes, most of them understand this better than our media and politicians. It’s something tied deeply into our fabric. Mammals touch each other. Amphibians and fish release their gametes into the water, mammals have intercourse and nurse their young. Primates go a step further: They continually groom and touch each other. Here you can see what I mean:
Primates need to touch each other to stay healthy. It’s how we share our gut bacteria.
Some of my regular readers (who I appreciate dearly and wish I had take more time for to talk with), may remember that a while ago I came up with an idea for a party. Like I said back then, all updates would be posted on Telegram, but I’ll make one exception now that the party has been held.
I’ve been rather quiet lately because I’ve spent time preparing for the party: Promotion, preparing psychedelics, studying locations, etc. In the process of preparing the party I also met wonderful people. In the end, about 25 people showed up and it went better than I would have dared to ask for, because everyone who showed up helped make it a success. Everyone I spoke to said they had a great time. I’m grateful I got to experience this and have felt elated for days now. I hope the plant spirits also enjoyed this opportunity to introduce themselves to new people, this is my way of giving back to them for everything they gave to me.
That’s all I felt like saying today. I hope all of you also manage to make the best of this bizarre and inhumane situation that has been forced down our throats. Personally, I have made memories I will never forget.