Let a man write a history of something – anything; then let him rewrite it and take his “I” out of it completely. What will be left will be a picture of him — enlightened.
On one world, the treatment for substance abuse is cocaine.
A thing without depth can’t hurt you;
it shouldn’t even bother you.
A thing without substance, cannot stop you;
why should you let it even slow you down?!
As a man wises up, he gradually begins turning to self-medication. He eventually relies thereon totally; then finally abandons medication altogether.
Question: How does a patient recognize that he is not ill?
By the realization that he and the diagnosing physician are one.
“Ain’t it great to be well!” exclaimed a father to a son. (He also reminded the lad not to stand too close to you-know-what. (“All it’ll do is make you sick all over again.”) “Oh temporal, ain’t it great to be well,” he said.